Former world number one Adam Scott is relishing the chance to experience his career for the first time at this year's ISPS Handa Australian Open.

The tournament sees men, women and disabled golfers compete at the same time on the same course, with Victoria Golf Club as the main venue on all four days.

In his pre-tournament press conference alongside former champions Dame Laura Davies and Johan Kammerstad, who won Australia's first All Abilities event in 2018,

“I think it's something Laura is used to. I remember growing up watching her play a lot down here in Australia, winning tournaments,

“I'm here to accept it and hope it's a win-win. It's been really nice so far. Yesterday I played nine holes with Minjee (Lee) at Kingston Heath and Min Woo,

Hopefully, we all opened our eyes this week to see the best.” Open champion Cameron Smith, who played Ireland's Brendan Lawlor in the pre-tournament pro-am,

is aiming for his first Australian Open victory after claiming his third Australian PGA title last week.

“The plan was to come here and win them both and I've ticked one box and hopefully I can do one more this week.