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DP World Tour: Scandinavian Mixed: How to watch, TV channel, course details and more

The DP World Tour stops off in Sweden this week for the Scandinavian Mixed, an innovative event that will see 78 men and 78 women compete for one trophy.

Vasatorp Golf Club will host the fourth edition of the tournament, making this the first time the venue has staged a competition at this level since the 1980 Scandinavian Enterprise Open.

Scandinavian Mixed

How to watch the Scandinavian Mixed and TV channel

Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event will provide coverage of all four days of the tournament.

Coverage will run from 12:00 until 17:00 for the first three rounds, while Sunday's action will be on air at 11:30.

Scandinavian Mixed dates and times

The tournament will run from Thursday 6th June to Sunday 9th June, with the opening tee time on round one schedule for 07:30 and the last group beginning at 14:30.

Scandinavian Mixed course details and venue

Vasatorp Golf Club is a par 72 that measures 7,295 yards, boasting 10 par-fours, four par-threes and four par-fives. It is located 9km east of Helsingborg in Skane County, southern Sweden.

This course staged the Scandinavian Enterprise Open from 1978-1980, the Challenge Tour's Ramlosa Open in 1991 and 1993, the 2002 Compaq Open on the Ladies European Tour, and the LET's Helsingborg Open from 2013-2015.

Scandinavian Mixed stats and past winners

This will be the first time Vasatorp Golf Club has hosted the Scandinavian Mixed. Denmark's Nicole Broch Larsen was the last player to win an event here in 2015, when landing the Helsingborg Open title.

Jonathan Caldwell won the inaugural Scandinavian Mixed in 2021 at Vallda Golf and Country Club, before Linn Grant triumphed at Halmstad GC in 2022 and Dale Whitnell claimed the spoils last year at Ullna G&CC.

Seve Ballesteros, Sandy Lyle and Greg Norman were the three winners of the Scandinavian Enterprise Open when it was held at Vasatorp.

Scandinavian Mixed this year’s notable players

Four-time DP World Tour winner Rasmus Hojgaard is the 14/1 favourite to claim the spoils this year, ahead of home favourites Sebastian Soderberg and Alexander Bjork, who are priced at 16/1 and 18/1 respectively.

Niklas Norgaard Moller has finished tied-second and tied-fourth on his last two starts and is 22/1 to triumph at this level for the first time, while Yannik Paul, Johannes Veerman, Alex Fitzpatrick and Matthew Jordan are all 25/1 shots.

Sweden's Linn Grant is one of the leading women in the field at 28/1, just ahead of 30/1 chance Madelene Sagstrom.

In total, there will be 25 Swedish players across both men and women competing on home soil.

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