Melissa Reid of England in action at the Evian Masters annual Charity Football match with Bixente Lizarazu

Korea leads the way with 28 representatives in the field, followed by the United States with 22, Japan with 18 and Australia and England, both with six players.

The 35-strong Ladies European Tour Membership teeing up includes this year’s tournament champions Laura Davies, Anja Monke, Sophie Gustafson, Anna Nordqvist, Melissa Reid, Maria Hernandez, Florentyna Parker, Lee-Anne Pace, Karen Lunn and Trish Johnson, as well a number of runner-ups including Kristie Smith, Iben Tinning and Virginie Lagoutte-Clement.

Ten of those 35 Members will be making their Evian Masters debut, including South African Lee-Anne Pace, who captured her maiden LET title at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open and Nicole Gergely who won the 2009 Vediorbis/Randstad Open de France Dames.

The English pair of Florentyna Parker and Felicity Johnson will be looking to build on their maiden professional victories at the 2010 ABN AMRO Ladies Open and 2009 Tenerife Ladies Open respectively, while Australian Kristie Smith, Colombian Mariajo Uribe and India’s Smriti Mehra will set out in search of her first victory on the LET.

There is a trio of Spanish talent teeing up, all of whom have recently won on the Ladies European Tour. Maria Hernandez was the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open victor while Azahara Munoz won on her professional debut at the 2009 Madrid Ladies Masters and Beatriz Recari clinched a playoff at last year’s Finnair Masters.