The GolfSixes holds its third edition this week on the European Tour and once again some of Europe's top female stars will be teeing it up alongside the men.
Here, we take a look at the Ladies European Tour stars who will be aiming to lift the trophy in Cascais at Oitavos Dunes.
Meghan MacLaren - England Women
The 25-year-old is no stranger to mixing it with the men, taking a three stroke lead into the final nine holes of the Jordan Mixed Open presented by Ayla before finally finishing second to Daan Huizing. She has won the NSW Women's Open in consecutive seasons and currently sits fourth on the LET Order of Merit, with five top tens to go with her victory in Australia. A strong advocate of the women's game, you can find out what she has to say about all things golf in this week's blog presented by Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
Florentyna Parker - England Women
A Curtis Cup player in 2008, it did not take Parker long to make her impact on the professional game, securing two top fives in her rookie season and winning the ABN AMRO Ladies Open in 2010. Further wins followed at the 2014 Ladies Italian Open and the 2017 Mediterranean Ladies Open, the latter helping her take the second automatic spot on the European Solheim Cup Team. Parker is currently 41st on the LET Oder of Merit.
🚨Guess who will be representing Team England @GolfSixes in a couple weeks time?— Florentyna Parker (@floryparker) May 24, 2019
💥Correct, @meg_maclaren and myself will be competing against the men @EuropeanTour !
🏴 We can’t wait to represent our country and women’s golf! #GolfSixesEng pic.twitter.com/dFaXYB6mle
Esther Henseleit - Germany Women
Henseleit held the best ever recorded handicap in Europe at plus 7.1 when she came through the LET Qualifying School in December and is enjoying a remarkable debut season. The 20-year-old has two runners up finishes and four other top tens from eight events where she made every single cut. She also qualified for the US Women's Open where she was just one shot off the lead after an opening 66 last week.
Laura Fuenfstueck - Germany Women
She won the SA Women’s Masters on the Sunshine Ladies Tour before she had even made her LET debut. Fuenfstueck then secured a top ten in her second ever event on the LET the Lalla Meryem Cup - which was played alongside the Trophée Hassan II at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam. Now in her second season on Tour, the 24-year-old sits ninth on the Order of Merit with two top tens in a very consistent season.