The real golf tournament is about to kick off in the UK.
And for those who want to get a taste of the big game, the competition is taking place at the Heritage Golf Tournament, which was launched in 2019 and is now the world championship.
The competition is being held at the Dixons Country Club, the historic golf venue where the first of its kind in the world is being hosted.
The tournament is set to feature the biggest names in the sport with the winner taking home a total of £250,000 (US$325,000) and a £20,000 prize fund.
Here’s a look at the players who will be at the event, which starts at 2pm BST on Sunday, May 1.
A big winner This year’s tournament will feature a field of 32 players and the tournament will be broadcast live on the Golf Channel.
The winner of the tournament takes home the full £250 million prize fund, which is split equally between the players.
A total of 22 players have been invited, including one who won the world title last year, with six of those players taking part.
It’s unclear if there will be any surprises for the field.
The field is made up of a mix of top-tier pros from around the world.
A number of notable names are expected to be in the field this year.
The biggest names include: Jack Nicklaus, Nicklaus’ brother and a six-time major winner, will be playing at the tournament alongside Tiger Woods, who is a four-time Masters winner.
Tiger Woods is set for the first time at the top of the world golf ranking and has become one of the biggest stars in the game in recent years.
He has won the Masters twice, the US Open twice, and has won four majors, including the British Open.
He’s also a member of the PGA Tour, the most prestigious golf tour in the World.
Nicklaus is known as one of golf’s biggest stars.
He won the title for the seventh time in 2015, and last year he finished second in the Masters and also won the PSA Tour’s Player of the Year award.
The pair will be joined by a number of other golf legends.
Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Tiger Woods Jr. are the other two players to have played at the first edition of the Heritage tournament, which took place in 2017.
Mickelons brother Jack, who will also be playing, has won two majors, and is the most decorated golfer in US history.
Nicknamed ‘The Man with No Name’, Nicklaus has won nine majors and has been the PSC’s top golfer since 2004.
He was inducted into the Golf Hall of Fame in 2018.
Tiger’s brother Jack has won three majors and three PGA Championship titles, but his most notable achievement is the 2016 US Open.
In addition to Woods, Nick, and Mickels brother Jack are among the six-player field that will be competing for the prize fund in the tournament.
The prize fund is currently split between two players and will be shared between the two players in the first round.
A good showing is not always a guarantee of victory but this year the field is set up in such a way that a number players who finished third in the 2016 Masters or fourth in the 2017 PGA Championships could potentially come through.
The players will play against each other at a two-round tournament.
That means that some of the top players will be battling it out for a shot at the prize money and could well win a medal.
Here are the main storylines to watch in the opening round: First round: The field consists of 32 professional golfers, with Mickelsen, Woods, Mickel and Woods Jr being among the 16 players who are already in the top 32.
Nick is ranked No. 6, Woods is No. 1, and Woods is the only one in the group who has not won a major or won a PGA title.
Mickels brother Nick is the other one in that group, although he is currently ranked No 1 in the event.
The three of them have played against each of the other four players in previous years.
Mickellson has won seven majors and won four PGA titles.
Miclin has won six majors, four PSA titles, and five PGA PCT titles.
Woods has won five majors, two PGA championship titles, two Masters titles, one US Open title, one Tour Championship title, and one World Championship.
Miclson is currently third in all of golf and has finished in the Top 50 three times, but he’s also been to the Top 10 in each of his three years.
In 2016, Miclin had to settle for third in both the Masters, the PGC, and the FedExCup, but won the British Championship after he won the UK Open. Miclell