Scandinavian Mixed Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

Scandinavian Mixed Golf Odds

There is a reason why men and women have their own Tour. For one week that’s not the case as the European Tour and Ladies European Tour combine forces for the innovative Scandinavian Mixed. The field consists of 78 men and 78 women competing against each other for one prize fund and one trophy. The tournament was scheduled to debut last year but fell victim to the COVID pandemic. It resurfaced with Annika Sorenstam, one of the top female golfers to ever play the game, serving as co-host and pegging it up at Vallda Golf and Country Club. Sorenstam retired in 2008 after amassing 89 victories worldwide, including 10 major championships. Joining her as host is ET legend Henrik Stenson. Wagering opportunities expanded to include the top finisher in each gender category as well as the overall winner and a variety of props. For updated betting odds visit when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Scandinavian Mixed

Sam Horsfield +1600

Jason Scrivener +1800

Joost Luiten +1800

Kalle Samooja +2200

Ryan Fox +2200

Alexander Bjork +2500

Atthaya Thitikul +2800

Emily Kristine Pedersen +2800

Maja Stark +2800

Jamie Donaldson +3300

Joachim B Hansen +3300

Matthew Southgate +3300

Sami Valimaki +3500

Adri Arnaus +4000

Henrik Stenson +4000

Renato Paratore +4000

David Horsey +4500

Linn Grant +4500

Masahiro Kawamura +4500

Wil Besseling +4500

Aaron Rai +5000

Adrian Otaegui +5000

Dale Whitnell +5000

Maverick Antcliff +5000

Nicolai Hojgaard +5000

Sean Crocker +5000

Stephanie Kyriacou +5000

Ashun Wu +5500

Jacques Kruyswijk +5500

Richie Ramsay +5500

Justin Walters +6000

Darren Fichardt +6600

Sanna Nuutinen +6600

Lee-Anne Pace +7000

Benjamin Hebert +8000

Darius van Driel +8000

Jack Senior +8000

Josh Geary +8000

Marc Warren +8000

Meghan Maclaren +8000

Olivia Cowan +8000

Odds Analysis

Jamie Donaldson +3300

I was a little surprised to catch Donaldson with such long odds and jumped at the chance to back him. He’s played well in this part of the world over his career and he seems to be recovered from a wrist injury that set him back a year ago. He’s worked himself back into contender status with 11 top-20s over the last 12 months thanks in large part to a stellar approach game. He possesses the necessary tools to have success as he looks to end a lengthy victory drought.

Darren Fichardt +6600

This is the type of tournament and field where you can find solid value plays. Fichardt offers plenty of value at his price and based on recent Sunshine Tour results he’s ready to make the jump. Since the start of last year he has two wins on the Sunshine Tour and has placed among the top-15 in 14 of his starts. He’s been able to recover from his few errant tee shots with a sharp short game that should help him at this venue.

Jacques Kruyswijk +5500

Why not stick with players further down the odds board since it seems to be a thing in recent events. Kruyswijk has split time between the ET and Challenge Tour with sparkling results. He was T5 in both events in Kenya a few months back and earned a T7 in the Austrian Open. He collected two additional top-20s in most recent Challenge Tour events. He can smack the ball off the tee, but his short game is what makes him a solid value play.

Joost Luiten +1800

I had to sneak up to near the top of the odds board and Luiten is a player who stands out. He finished among the top-15 in each of his last five completed starts but has yet to land that big finish. He rallied last week to finish T11 after an opening 76 all but put him out to pasture in the reduced European Open. Still, Luiten has been able to avoid big numbers for the most part and his accurate irons will help navigate the tricky greens at Vallda.

Kalle Samooja +2200

Flirting with his maiden Tour victory for over a year now, Samooja lands in a good spot. He recorded a pair of top-10s, including a T3 at Tenerife, in the recent Canary Islands swing taking advantage of the small resort-style courses. Vallda isn’t a resort course, but it is short and will play to Samooja’s strengths making him someone worth watching this week.

Course: Vallda Golf and Country Club – 7,060 yards, Par 72

Located just outside Gothenburg, Sweden, Vallda is a relatively short par 72 that plays just over 7,000 yards. A chunk of the yardage comes from the four par 5s that each play over 515 yards with a pair on each turn. The unique event with men and women competing together needed a venue that catered to both genders and the Vallda is it. While not very long the course will be a test. Tricky greens and strategically placed bunkers require players to have a strong short game to be in contention.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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