The big names continue to enrol for the 2011 Australian Open with three more signings sure to bring even more people through the gates at The Lakes Golf Club next month.
Aaaron Baddeley is the main feature as he looks for a third Australian Open title.
The event holds good memories for the Australian as he won back to back titles in this tournament in 1999 and 2000 when still just a teenager.
Joining him on the card in 2011 are American duo David Toms and Bill Haas who will come to Sydney for the November 10 feature.
It will be the first time Hass contests the Australian Open and he couldn’t be in better form leading into his debut start.
Just a matter of weeks ago he won the season ending US PGA Tour Championship and in doing so picked up a handy $10 million.
Tom’s meanwhile is a major winner, 2001 US PGA Championship, and has banked 13 US PGA Tour titles along the way so far in his career.
He’s the latest in a long line of Americans to attack the event including Matt Kuchar, Nick Watney, Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson and Hunter Mahan.
Tiger Woods is also in the field as he looks to reverse his downward spiral on the World rankings where he currently sits in 55th spot.
The last time Woods was in Sydney was back in 1996 when as a 20 year old he tied for fifth spot.
In terms of the Australian contingent Jason Day and Adam Scott will lead the charge with defending champion Geoff Ogilvy also in the mix.
President’s Cup captain Greg Norman will also be looking for a good result as he does battle with President’s Cup rival captain Fred Couples.