Enfield’s Harry Casey will represent England Golf in a number of key early-year championships during a five-week stay in Australia.
Casey will be joined by Wellingborough’s Ryan Evans and they will seek to build on a string of successes Down Under in recent years.
Casey, 20, made his full England debut last Spring in the international against Spain at El Prat and was also a member of England’s victorious team in the Home Internationals at Ganton.
It was a successful 2013 for the Enfield Golf Club player.
He won the Selborne Salver, was beaten in a play-off for the Poncat Dutch Junior Open, finished third in the Portuguese Amateur Championship and the Hampshire Salver and reached the last 16 of the Spanish Amateur.
Casey’s first action will be at the Masters of the Amateurs at Royal Melbourne which started yesterday.
He follows that up with the Australian Amateur Championship and the South Wales Medal.
Should they qualify in the leading 32 players in South Wales, they will contest the New South Wales Amateur Championship – a match play event at Concord Golf Club at the start of February.
The duo conclude their tour with the Avondale Medal in February.