Gustafson finished the LPGA season 17th on the Money List with US$792,359.00 taking her LPGA career prize money to over $US5.3 million. She is currently ranked 18th on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings.
The Swede will join the best field ever assembled at the Masters, including compatriot and World No. 6 Anna Nordqvist, who was the 2009 Ryder Cup Wales Rookie of the Year on the LET.
The international players will not have it their own way, with defending champion Katherine Hull of Queensland leading the Australian contingent. She will be supported by former World No. 1 and six times ANZ Ladies Masters champion Karrie Webb (World No. 13), Wendy Doolan, Karen Lunn (leading Australian on the 2009 LET) Nikki Campbell and 2009 ANZ Ladies Masters runner-up, Tamie Durdin.
The 21st ANZ Ladies Masters will be played at the RACV Royal Pines Resort on Queensland’s Gold Coast from 4 to 7 March and will be broadcast by Network Ten and One HD on March 5 to 7. Tickets now on sale at all Ticketmaster outlets. ANZ Ladies Masters proudly supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Further announcements regarding international player commitments will be made over the coming weeks.