It's back to Sweden for the second running of the innovative Scandinavian Mixed event.
The 2021 instalment was well received by everyone concerned, from spectators to broadcasters, as well as the players themselves.
The tournament broke new ground 12 months ago, when golfers from the men's and women's 'European' tours joined forces for the first time.
Once again the event will be jointly-hosted by Henrik Stenson and Annika Sorenstam, with this week's tournament taking place at Halmstad Golf Club in Tylosand.
The DP World Tour and Ladies European Tour (LET) will each supply 78 golfers who will compete over the traditional 72 holes of stroke play.
World Ranking points will be available, while the result will count towards the Race to Dubai standings, as well as its equivalent on the LET.
The 156 entries are competing for one prize fund and a single trophy.
Halmstad Golf Club, which is located 90 miles south of last year's venue in Gothenburg, hosted the 2007 Solheim Cup.
It was also the venue for the LET's Chrysler Open in 1999 and 2000.
This week's tournament will take place over the North Course which dates back to before World War II.
Carved out of an area of dense woodland, just a few hundred yards from Sweden's south-west coast, the North Course is full of tree-lined fairways and gently undulating putting surfaces.
Although the fairways are generously-wide, with water in play on only three holes, Halmstad has plenty of subtle dog-legs ready to test a golfer's accuracy from the tee.
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Five To Watch
Alexander Bjork: A trio of T-25s in his most recent three events may be a signal that the 32-year-old from Vaxjo is slowly returning to better form.
Edoardo Molinari: Although still outside the world's top 200, the former Ryder Cup player is showing signs that his form is slowly improving. Tied-fifth in Germany on Sunday which was the Italian's third T-10 from his last five outings on the DP World Tour.
Alex Noren: The highest-ranked male golfer teeing-up and the only one currently inside the world's top 100.
Lee-Anne Pace: The experienced South African is an 11-time winner on the Ladies European Tour, including once this year. Was a top-25 finisher at last year's Scandinavian Mixed event.
Magdalena Simmermacher: The 26-year-old from Argentina has rarely finished outside the top-10 on the Ladies European Tour this season and is currently fifth in the Race To Costa Del Sol standings.
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