Webb is joined by Katherine Kirk, Lindsey Wright and amateur Minjee Lee. The team was selected based on their position on the Rolex Womenâ€™s World Golf Rankings at the end of March.
The International Crown is a first-of-its-kind, biennial, global match play competition featuring teams from eight countries battling for the right to be \"Crowned\" the world`s best golf nation.
We caught up with Karrie this week to get her thoughts on the tournament.
Karrie Webb â€“ Q & A
Q: What does it mean to you to represent Australia?
A: I haven`t had the opportunity to represent Australia a lot as a pro so am really looking forward to being part of an Aussie team and flying the Australian flag!
Q: What are you looking forward to the most about the week?
A: I think I`m looking forward to hanging out with the girls and having fun in our matches.
Q: Australia is ranked 7th, what do you think the teamsâ€™ chances are?
A: Even though we are seeded 7 I think we are sneaky underdogs and if we can get off to a good start Thursday against Korea that will give us the confidence to continue playing well.
Q: What is your most anticipated match? Why?
A: I don`t think there`s a match up that I`m particularly focused on. Match play is a funny game...the best/player team doesn`t always win.
Q: What do think about the Aussie team?
A: I think it`s great that there`s really 3 generations of Aussies in our team. I turned pro in the 90`s, Katherine and Lindsey turned pro in the 2000`s and Minjee is this generation. I think with that combo of youth and experience could be a good recipe for a good week!
Q: What do you think about the format, four ball?
A: I think the fourball format is one where you can really play your own game but also has enough different strategies to play as a team that make it very interesting.