They were both a few months shy of their 10th birthday when Paula Creamer won the US Women's Open in 2010 yet this week Stephanie Kyriacou and Grace Kim will share the fairways with the former world No.2 at the DANA Open in Ohio.
Kim, Minjee Lee and Gabriela Ruffels are all backing up from last week's US Women's Open at Pebble Beach, Kyriacou, Su Oh, Sarah Kemp and Sarah Jane Smith taking the Australian contingent to seven.
Kim has already secured a maiden LPGA Tour title in her rookie season as Kyriacou seeks to add to her two victories on the Ladies European Tour.
For the first two rounds this week, the former New South Wales State Amateur teammates will have the opportunity to reminisce about old times as they soak up the experience of playing with Creamer, a 10-time winner on the LPGA Tour.
On the back of top-15 finishes at both the KPMG Women's PGA Championship and US Women's Open Kim has risen to a career-high of 57 in the Rolex Women's World Golf Ranking, Kyriacou coming into this week ranked No.119 with a best finish this season a tie for 10th at the Mizuho Americas Open.
Playing on limited status this season, this week represents another chance for Su Oh to shore up her status on the back of a tie for sixth at the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
Aussie girls are in action across three tours this week with Whitney Hillier and Kirsten Rudgeley to tee it up alongside New Zealand's Momoka Kobori at the Aramco Series London event on the Ladies European Tour while Robyn Choi, Hira Naveed, Cassie Porter and New Zealand's Amelia Garvey are playing the Hartford Healthcare Women’s Championship on the Epson Tour.
Two-time winner Gabi Ruffels currently leads the Epson Tour Race For The Card, Choi (20th), Garvey (21st), Naveed (28th) and Porter (47th) all hoping to advance their positions this week.
Round 1 tee times AEST
Highland Meadows Golf Club, Sylvania, Ohio
9.20pm* Su Oh, Allison Emrey, Karis Davidson
10.37pm* Aditi Ashok, Sarah Kemp, Carlota Ciganda
11.05pm Ashli Bunch, Kiira Riihijarvi, Sarah Jane Smith
11.16pm Gabriela Ruffels, Tiffany Chan, Kum-Kang Park
2.59am Paula Creamer, Grace Kim, Stephanie Kyriacou
3.21am Lydia Ko (NZ), Allisen Corpuz, Minjee Lee
Defending champion: Gaby Lopez
Past Aussie winners: Rachel Hetherington (2002)
TV times: Live 5.30am-8.30am Friday, Saturday; Live 6am-8am Sunday; Live 4am-7am Monday on Fox Sports 505 and Kayo.
Ladies European Tour
Aramco Team Series – London
Centurion Club, England
Australasians in the field: Whitney Hillier, Kirsten Rudgeley, Momoka Kobori (NZ)
Defending champion: Bronte Law
Past Aussie winners: Nil
TV times: Live 12am-4am Saturday, Sunday on Fox Sports 505; Live 10pm-2am Sunday on Fox Sports 507 and Kayo.
Hartford Healthcare Women’s Championship
Great River Golf Club, Milford, Connecticut
Australasians in the field: Robyn Choi, Amelia Garvey (NZ), Hira Naveed, Cassie Porter
Defending champion: Inaugural event
Past Aussie winners: Nil