Ash Barty is returning to the world sporting stage, this time wielding a golf club rather than a tennis racquet.
The former World No.1 will play in a teams exhibition event in New Jersey from June 30 to July 1, alongside some of sport's biggest names.
Barty, who announced her shock retirement last month aged just 25, will be a headline act in the Icons Series which will be played in the U.S. for the first time.
Team USA, captained by 1992 Masters Champion Fred Couples, will take on a Rest of the World team captained by four-time major winner Ernie Els.
The late Shane Warne has played in a previous edition while this time Manchester City soccer manager Pep Guardiola, boxer Oscar De La Hoya and retired swim great Michael Phelps will line up.
The June tournament is a nine-hole team match-play format at Liberty National.
Barty is reportedly looking to bring the event to Australia next year.
She has been coy on her post-retirement plans, although they are sure to involve golf in some way as she lives on a golf course with her fiancé Garry Kissick, a PGA trainee professional and regular caddie for PGA Tour of Australasia player and former Australian Amateur winner Louis Dobbelaar.
The three-time grand slam tennis champion won the ladies competition at her home club Brookwater, near Ipswich, earlier this month, playing off a handicap of five.
Seven-time major winner Karrie Webb played a round with her at Victoria Golf Club in 2019 and said Barty had the talent to taker her golf further if she so chooses.
"She's a really handy player and just that one day I could tell if she puts some time into it she will be a great player," Webb told AAP.
"It was everything – she hit the ball a long way – but a lot of athletes are very hand-eye co-ordinated and they get out there and they're fairly decent at hitting the ball.
"When it comes to the finesse shots, sometimes that's where they struggle, but she's got good hands from how she plays tennis.
"You could tell she had good hands and she'd developed a good short game and that just needs sharpening."