"Finally, we are all go," said U-BIX Corporation owner Bert Bravo, who revived the revered Pro-Am in 2001 in partnership with Commodore Pizarro.
"We will surely have some keen competition but certainly, though, we will have fun in the sun."
The Konica Minolta ProAm will blast off tomorrow ending on Saturday, with a total pot of R1.5 million going to the Top 30 finishers.
Gerard Cantada and JR Tanpinco will defend their crown as they chase the nearly R200,000 top prize staked by Bravo
and Shoei Yamana, the executive director of Konica Minolta Business Technologies Corporation of Japan