Another major champion has joined the field for the Fiji International golf open, with Argentina's Angel Cabrera to tee off at Natadola Bay next week.
The 47-year-old is a two-time major champion, winning the US Open in 2007 and the Masters in 2009, amongst 51 professional victories including titles on the US PGA, European and Asian Tours.
Cabrera is the third Masters champion to join the field, alongside Fiji's Vijay Singh and Canada's Mike Weir.
"I can't wait to get to Fiji, I've heard about the amazing course there and I'm really looking forward to experiencing the famous Fijian hospitality for myself," Cabrera said.
"I haven't played in a European or Asian Tour event in some time, so it will be good to play alongside some of those guys again in Fiji."
Cabrera's last win in an Asian Tour event came 10 years ago at the Singapore Open, when he finished one shot clear of Vijay Singh, who has re-designed the Natadola Bay Course.
"Vijay is a terrific competitor and has a great mind for the game, I'm sure that will reflect in the changes he has made to his home course," Cabrera added.
CEO of the PGA of Australia, Gavin Kirkman said the tri-sanctioning of the Fiji International has led to the most diverse field of professionals in the tournament's short history.
"Angel Cabrera joining Vijay Singh and Mike Weir ensures we have some of the legends of the game at the Fiji International joining up and coming stars in world golf," Kirkman said.
"Fiji's famous hospitality and picturesque scenery will be on display to the world with so many different nationalities competing at Natadola Bay."