Cape Town - South Africa have been drawn with Sweden, England and England women in this weekend's GolfSixes at Centurion Club in St Albans.
Tshwane Open champion George Coetzee and reigning Czech Masters champion Haydn Porteous will lead the South African charge at the European Tour's GolfSixes tournament on Saturday and Sunday.
Defending champions Lucas Bjerregaard and Thorbjørn Olesen will return to represent Denmark in the fast-paced competition as the 16 teams go head to head for a total prize fund of €1 million with the eventual winners receiving €100 000 each.
The 16 teams will compete over six holes in a group stage, with teams split into four groups of four, before the top two teams from each group progress to the knockout stages - the quarter-finals, the semi-finals, a third/fourth place play-off match and the final - on Sunday, May 6.
In the group stages, three points will be given for victory with one point awarded for a draw and the matches will be played in a greensomes match play format.
Once again the six holes will be themed, with the popular shot clock hole returning - with a penalty imposed if players take longer than 30 seconds per shot - alongside the long drive and closest to the pin holes.
Last year at the inaugural tournament, South Africa's Brandon Stone and Darren Fichardt did not advance to the second day and finished last in their group.
South African schedule:
(All SA times)
Saturday - Group matches
South Africa v Sweden - 13:16
South Africa v England Women - 14:47
England v South Africa - 17:41
Sunday - Knockout Format
QF1 Winner A v Runner Up B - 13:40
QF2 Winner C v Runner Up D - 13:55
QF3 Winner B v Runner Up A - 14:10
QF4 Winner D v Runner Up C - 14:25
SF1 Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 - 15:35
SF2 Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 - 15:50
3rd/4th Play-off Runner up SF1 v Runner up SF2 - 17:20
FINAL Winner SF1 v Winner SF2 - 17:35
Full group stage draw:
Denmark - Lucas Bjerregaard and Thorbjørn Olesen
Thailand - Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Thongchai Jaidee
USA - Daniel Im and David Lipsky
European Women - Suzann Pettersen and Mel Reid
Australia - Sam Brazel and Wade Ormsby
South Korea - Jeunghun Wang and Soomin Lee
Spain - Pablo Larrazábal and Adrian Otaegui
European Captains - Thomas Bjørn and Catriona Matthew
France - Alexander Levy and Romain Wattel
Italy - Matteo Manassero and Renato Paratore
Scotland - Scott Jamieson and Richie Ramsay
Ireland - Paul Dunne and Gavin Moynihan
England - Eddie Pepperell and Matt Wallace
South Africa - George Coetzee and Haydn Porteous
Sweden - Alexander Björk and Joakim Lagergren
England Women - Georgia Hall and Charley Hull