At 22, Linn Grant won the Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed, a mixed tournament sanctioned by the DP World Tour and the Ladies European Tour. She is nine strokes ahead of her compatriot Henrik Stenson and the Scotsman Marc Warren. Romain Langasque and Matthieu Pavon both finished in the top 10 of the event in 7th position.

Linn Grant first female winner on the DP World Tour - via Twitter @DPWorldTour

Linn Grant first female winner on the DP World Tour – via Twitter @DPWorldTour

This week took place in Sweden a mixed tournament sanctioned by the two European tours men and women: the DP World Tour and the Ladies European Tour. It is Henrik Stenson and Annika Sorenstam, two major winners, who welcome this Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed to the Golf Club Halmstad.

It is a local of the event that wins this 2022 edition of the tournament in Sweden. Linn Grant after a last card of 64 (-8) wins with nine strokes in advance to lift the trophy. She signs eight birdies without any bogey and returns her best card of the week. It is the first time in the history of the DP World Tour that a woman has lifted the trophy on Sunday evening.

At 22, Grant takes her third victory on the Ladies European Tour and closes in on Maja Stark, still leading the Race to Costa Del Sol. Thanks to this victory, she almost joined the world top 100 and now ranks 119th.

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Host Henrik Stenson finished second in the tournament at -15 alongside Marc Warren.

Romain Langasque and Matthieu Pavon both finished in the top 10 of this Volvo Car Scandinavian Open, with scores of -13. They finish 7th.

Mike Lorenzo-Vera signs a top 15, he ends his tournament at -11 in 13th position.

Charlotte Liautier, the only Frenchwoman to have passed the Cut with two cards under par in 70 (-2) and 71 (-1) during the first rounds finally finished in the total par of the event. She ranks 61st in this tournament in Sweden.

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To find the complete Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed leaderboard: click here.

By Baptiste Laurensou.

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