The tournament is being played at three courses this year – the Barbados Golf Club at Durants; Apes Hill and Royal Westmoreland. The Men's and Women's championship flights will contest all three days at Royal Westmoreland while the other four divisions will be held at the Barbados Golf Club on Friday and Apes Hill on Saturday.
The defending 12-time Champion James Johnson will face strong competition from the likes of Julian Jordan, The Sir Garry Sobers Champion Scott Stollmeyer, Trinidadian Liam Bryden and Sol Joanni from Tobago.
Also notable in the field are young National Juniors Iz Hustler and Xzavier Wiggins who make their debut against the more seasoned players.
The Women's Championship looks to be an open contest with local golfer Sally Schofield, Lynn DeCambra-Mcleod and Mavi Vergos as the favourites.
All players will complete the final day on Sunday at Royal Westmoreland where an awards ceremony, involving organisers, sponsors, players and supporters of golf, will be staged in the late evening.