Golf superstar Inbee Park will return to Australia for the first time in six years to contest next month's Vic Open and Women's Australian Open.
The winner of seven major titles and the Rio Olympic gold medal, South Korean Park has not played Down Under since the 2014 Australian Ladies Masters in Queensland.
Recently voted the player of the decade, 31-year-old Park has committed to play the two LPGA Tour co-sanctioned events - the Vic Open at 13th Beach (Feb 6-9) and the Australian Open at Royal Adelaide (Feb 13-16).
She enters the 2020 LPGA Tour season ranked fourth on the career money list with $US15,356,126 in career earnings, third-most among active LPGA Tour players.
"I am so excited to be going back to Australia for these two tournaments in February," said Park.
"This is my first time in the country for a few years and I have heard so much about the Vic Open with its men's and women's fields, as well as good memories from my previous visits for the Australian Open."
Park's seven majors put her alongside legends like Juli Inkster and Australia's Karrie Webb, with only Patty Berg (15), Mickey Wright (13), Louise Suggs (11), Babe Zaharias (10), Annika Sorenstam (10) and Betsy Rawls (eight) ahead of them.