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Jonathan Caldwell -17
Adrian Otaegui -16
Alice Hewson -15
Scott Hend -13
James Morrison -13
Joachim B. Hansen -12
Alexander Björk -11
Masahiro Kawamura -11
Jason Scrivener -11
Haydn Porteous -10
Pedro Figueiredo -10
Olivia Cowan -10
David Drysdale -10

Final round
betting odds

Jason Scrivener 5/2
Rhys Enoch 6/1
Caroline Hedwall 7/1
Adrian Otaegui 8/1
Ashley Chesters 9/1
Scott Hend 10/1
James Morrison 12/1
David Drysdale 14/1
Alice Hewson 16/1
Joachim B. Hansen 25/1
Jonathan Caldwell 40/1
Sanna Nuutinen 60/1
Oliver Wilson 60/1
Wil Besseling 80/1
Ryan Fox 100/1
Adri Arnaus 150/1
Stephanie Kyriacou 150/1
Olivia Cowan 150/1
Sam Horsfield 150/1
Karolin Lampert 200/1
Dale Whitnell 200/1
Jacques Kruyswijk 200/1
Linn Grant 250/1
Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez 250/1
Jenny Haglund 250/1
Vincent Norrman 300/1
Joost Luiten 300/1
Pep Angles 300/1
Robert Rock 400/1
Pedro Figueiredo 400/1
Kristoffer Broberg 400/1
Kalle Samooja 400/1
Masahiro Kawamura 400/1
Richie Ramsay 400/1
Christine Wolf 400/1
Emily K. Pedersen 400/1
Darren Fichardt 400/1
Oliver Farr 750/1
Nuria Iturrioz 750/1
Matthew Southgate 750/1
Lorenzo Gagli 750/1
Lina Boqvist 750/1
Jamie Donaldson 750/1
Felicity Johnson 750/1
Ashun Wu 750/1
Alexander Björk 750/1
Leonie Harm 750/1
Zander Lombard 750/1
Steven Brown 750/1


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Review & Betting Tips for the Scandinavian Mixed


Joost Luiten
Joost Luiten
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

Sam Horsfield
Sam Horsfield
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

Alexander Björk
Alexander Björk
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

Jason Scrivener
Wil Besseling

Sami Välimäki
Sami Välimäki
James Kennedy

Lee-Anne Pace
Lee-Anne Pace
Tristan Jones/LET

Annika Sörenstam
Annika Sörenstam
Tristan Jones/LET


The European Tour and The Ladies European Tour make their way to Sweden for the first mixed tournament which will consist of 78 men and 78 women for the innovative mixed tournament co-sanctioned by both the European and Ladies European Tours.

This weeks prize fund of €1,000,000 is across the entire field and Official World Ranking points will be on offer for both Tours, plus Race to Dubai and Ryder Cup points for European Tour members, and Race to Costa del Sol and Solheim Cup points for the Ladies European Tour.

The tournament will be held at the Vallda Golf & Country Club which was designed by Martin Hawtree with the brief to create a classic Scottish/Surrey heathland golf course near Gothenburg, the course draws on inspiration from the legendary British golf courses of the 1920s and opened for play in July 2009.

The course is a test for both high and low handicapped players and while its not long and has generous landing zones and wide fairways from the tees, it’s the tricky undulating greens and bold bunkering that you need to take into account with strategy to avoid and be on the right sections of the green.

As you would expect from a classic heathland course it is quite open and fairly flat with whispery tall brown fescue contrasting the green fairways. For such a young course the playing surfaces as you would expect are firm, this is down to the environmentally conscious course maintenance practices, using minimum fertiliser and irrigation and generous applications of sand, which encourages a deeper grass root growth.

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My tips to Win:

Having only been outside the Top 15 once from his last six starts Joost Luiten 18/1 — 10Bet — looks to be coming into this week bang in form. Joost was one of only twenty-six players who were under par at a tough final day at the Porsche European Open that finished on Monday. It’s been a while since the six times European Tour winner has finished at the top of a leaderboard on Sunday afternoon, his last victory coming at the NBO Oman Open back in 2018 and he will be looking to put that right this weekend.

Another player that comes into this week in good form on the — European Tour at least — is Sam Horsfield 16/1 — UniBet — who has five Top 25 finishes from his six starts his only blemish was the co-sanctioned PGA Championship and he has two Top 5s in that run. Sam had two wins after lockdown last year and will be looking to add to that tally come Sunday.

It’s also been a while since Alexander Björk 22/1 — with SpreadEx — picked up his maiden European Tour victory back at the Volvo China Open in 2018. Alex comes into this week with three Top 25 finishes from his last five starts one of which was his sixth place finish at the Made In HimmerLand two weeks ago. Sometimes players find it hard to perform in front of a partisan crowd but in his current form I think the home support will only help spur Björk on this week.

Each-way tips:

My second Dutch player who has been quietly going about his business in recent weeks is Wil Besseling 50/1 — with SportingBet — who had his second consecutive Top 20 finish at the weekends Porsche European Open. Wil started the year with a Top 5 finish at the Austrian Golf Open but has only played in five events so far this year and coming off the back of his best year on the European Tour last year he should be full of confidence this week.

Very strange to see Sami Välimäki 50/1 — UniBet — this far down the betting odds, but the Fin has been struggling lately with two consecutive missed cuts, which follows on from two more missed cuts earlier in the season. To be honest I thought he may have taken a rest this week, but Sami obviously feels he can play his way through this bad patch and if he is right then these are great odds to get him at.

Outside tip:

With ten tournament victories on the Ladies European Tour and fourty-one Top 10 finishes South African Lee-Anne Pace 125/1 — with UniBet — will certainly fancy her chances here this week and with a record of played one, won one on this years LET, Lee-Anne certainly knows how to get it over the line when in a position to win.

Longer odds tip:

She may be coming out of retirement but that doesn’t diminish her shear determination to compete Annika Sörenstam 500/1 — with SportingIndex

As always good luck


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