Korean K.J. Choi hopes a return to his "second home" will spark a title run at the World Cup of Golf starting on Thursday.
Along with countryman Bae Sang-moon, Choi will tee up in the elite 60-man field at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club, having featured in the Presidents Cup here two years ago.
"My coach is Australian, my trainer is Australian and in the past I have spent three years here in the winter months, so I feel at home here, second home here. That's why it feels good to be here," said Choi.