|Course(s)||Halmstad Golf Club|
|Length||6,909 yards (6,318 m)|
Ladies European Tour
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||261 Erik van Rooyen (2019)|
|To par||−24 Linn Grant (2022)|
The Scandinavian Masters is an annual golf tournament on the European Tour played in Sweden. In 2020 the tournament became co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour and rebranded as the Scandinavian Mixed, in which both male and female golfers compete.
The tournament had its origins in the Volvo Open and the Scandinavian Enterprise Open, which, in 1973, became the first Swedish stop on the European Tour schedule. In 1991, the SEO merged with the PLM Open, with the resultant tournament being called the Scandinavian Masters.
The Scandinavian Masters was generally the only European Tour event to be held in Scandinavia, and in 2013 had a prize fund of €1,500,000, which was at the lower end of the scale for European Tour events held in the tour's home continent.
Until 2011, the tournament was played at the end of July or the beginning of August each year. For 2012, it moved to the first weekend in June, and was played from Wednesday to Saturday to allow players more time to travel to the following week's U.S. Open. From 2013 to 2017 it was played in late May/early June, two weeks before the U.S. Open, but in 2018 it was played in August.
In 2019 Lagardère Group passed management of the tournament on to the European Tour, which renamed it Scandinavian Invitation. The following year the European Tour and Ladies European Tour created the Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Henrik and Annika, for the first time bringing 78 men and 78 women together to compete in the same tournament for the same prize money, but playing from different tees. Official World Golf Ranking points are offered for both tours, along with points toward the European Tour's and LET's respective season-long competitions, as well as Ryder Cup and Solheim Cup points, if applicable, which require the results to be divided between men and women.
The first event was originally scheduled to take place in June 2020, however it was cancelled like many other events at the time, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The event did return in June 2021, with Jonathan Caldwell winning the inaugural mixed event; shooting a final-round 64 to beat Adrián Otaegui by one shot. Alice Hewson was the highest placed female; finishing in third place.
The 2022 event created history as Linn Grant became the first woman to win on the European Tour. She won by nine strokes ahead of Henrik Stenson and Marc Warren. The next best-placed female was Gabriella Cowley, 14 strokes behind Grant.
The following venues have been used since the founding of the Scandinavian Masters in 1991.
|Royal Drottningholm Golf Club||Uppland||1991||1994||2|
|Barsebäck Golf & Country Club||Scania||1992||2017||10|
|Forsgården Golf Club||Halland||1993||1996||2|
|Kungsängen Golf Club||Uppland||1998||2005||4|
|Bro Hof Slott Golf Club||Uppland||2010||2016||5|
|PGA Sweden National||Scania||2014||2015||2|
|Hills Golf Club||Västergötland||2018||2019||2|
|Vallda Golf & Country Club||Halland||2021||2021||1|
|Halmstad Golf Club||Halland||2022||2022||1|
|Year||Tour(s)[a]||Winner||Score||To par||Margin of
|Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed|
|2022||EUR, LET||Linn Grant||264||−24||9 strokes|| Henrik Stenson
|Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Henrik & Annika|
|2021||EUR, LET||Jonathan Caldwell||271||−17||1 stroke||Adrián Otaegui||145,160||Vallda|
|2020||EUR, LET||Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic|
|2019||EUR||Erik van Rooyen||261||−19||1 stroke||Matt Fitzpatrick||250,000||Hills GC|
|2018||EUR||Paul Waring||266||−14||Playoff||Thomas Aiken||250,000||Hills GC|
|2017||EUR||Renato Paratore||281||−11||1 stroke|| Matt Fitzpatrick
|2016||EUR||Matt Fitzpatrick||272||−16||3 strokes||Lasse Jensen||250,000||Bro Hof Slott|
|2015||EUR||Alex Norén (2)||276||−12||4 strokes||Søren Kjeldsen||250,000||PGA Sweden National|
|2014||EUR||Thongchai Jaidee||272||−16||Playoff|| Victor Dubuisson
|250,000||PGA Sweden National|
|2013||EUR||Mikko Ilonen (2)||267||−21||3 strokes||Jonas Blixt||250,000||Bro Hof Slott|
|2012||EUR||Lee Westwood (3)||269||−19||5 strokes||Ross Fisher||250,000||Bro Hof Slott|
|2011||EUR||Alex Norén||273||−15||7 strokes||Richard Finch||250,000||Bro Hof Slott|
|Nordea Scandinavian Masters|
|2010||EUR||Richard S. Johnson||277||−11||1 stroke||Rafael Echenique||266,660||Bro Hof Slott|
|2009||EUR||Ricardo González||282||−10||2 strokes||Jamie Donaldson||166,660||Barsebäck|
|2008||EUR||Peter Hanson||271||−9||1 stroke|| Nick Dougherty
|2007||EUR||Mikko Ilonen||274||−6||2 strokes|| Christian Cévaër
|EnterCard Scandinavian Masters|
|2006||EUR||Marc Warren||278||−10||Playoff||Robert Karlsson||266,660||Barsebäck|
|Scandinavian Masters by Carlsberg|
|2005||EUR||Mark Hensby||262||−22||Playoff||Henrik Stenson||266,660||Kungsängen|
|2004||EUR||Luke Donald||272||−16||5 strokes||Peter Hanson||266,660||Barsebäck|
|Scandic Carlsberg Scandinavian Masters|
|2003||EUR||Adam Scott||277||−11||2 strokes||Nick Dougherty||316,660||Barsebäck|
|Volvo Scandinavian Masters|
|2002||EUR||Graeme McDowell||270||−14||1 stroke||Trevor Immelman||316,660||Kungsängen|
|2001||EUR||Colin Montgomerie (3)||274||−14||1 stroke|| Ian Poulter
|2000||EUR||Lee Westwood (2)||270||−14||3 strokes||Michael Campbell||266,660||Kungsängen|
|1999||EUR||Colin Montgomerie (2)||268||−20||9 strokes||Jesper Parnevik||233,320||Barsebäck|
|1998||EUR||Jesper Parnevik (2)||273||−11||3 strokes||Darren Clarke||186,662||Kungsängen|
|1997||EUR||Joakim Haeggman||270||−18||4 strokes||Ignacio Garrido||175,000||Barsebäck|
|1996||EUR||Lee Westwood||281||−7||Playoff|| Paul Broadhurst
|1995||EUR||Jesper Parnevik||270||−18||5 strokes||Colin Montgomerie||151,662||Barsebäck|
|1994||EUR||Vijay Singh||268||−20||3 strokes||Mark McNulty||151,662||Royal Drottningholm|
|1993||EUR||Peter Baker||278||−10||Playoff||Anders Forsbrand||151,662||Forsgården|
|1992||EUR||Nick Faldo||277||−11||3 strokes|| Robert Allenby
José María Olazábal
|1991||EUR||Colin Montgomerie||270||−18||1 stroke||Seve Ballesteros||140,000||Royal Drottningholm|