You won't find a more prideful country than Australia and all of the Aussie golfers love to represent their country.
They only get a chance once every two years at the UL International Crown and once every four years at the Olympics.
Of the four spots on Team Australia, it seems as if two are already spoken for. Minjee Lee is a lock while Katherine Kirk is looking like a virtual lock at this point. The final two spots are down to three players. Sarah Jane Smith is No. 78 in the world, Su Oh is No. 80 and Hannah Green is No. 89.
After a T5 finish at the ShopRite LPGA Classic last week, So Oh continues to stake her claim to one of the final two spots. She turned in an opening round 66 at the Meijer LPGA Classic. She made six birdies and an eagle to stand in a tie for third.
"I think I'm getting around the course really well," said Oh. "Especially in the wind, you've got to know where your misses are coming from. That's probably the biggest difference between when I wasn't playing well and right now."
Oh started the year at No. 77 in the world, but after a string of four missed cuts in a row, her world ranking rose to 104. She has two top five finishes and a T17 at the U.S. Women's Open in her last three starts to charge back in the hunt for a spot on Team Australia.
"(UL International Crown is) definitely on my mind. I'm just trying to play well each week and if somebody else has like better weeks, then you can't do anything about it. I'm just trying to play well until KPMG and then I'm taking two weeks off, so kind of make a push until then."
The KPMG Women's PGA Championship in two weeks is the last event where players can improve their world rankings to qualify for the biennial competition to determine the best golfing nation.