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Tournament results: Scandinavian TPC

Results for the Scandinavian TPC are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2008
Europe
202 (-14)
€30,000
Annika

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Yang, Amy

Score

202 (-14)

Prize money

€30,000

Title sponsor

Annika

Played as the Scandinavian TPC hosted by Annika (Aug 7-10). Second-placed Melodie Bourdy (Fra), Maria Hjorth (Swe), Minea Blomqvist (Fin) and Lill Kristin Saether (Nor) finished 6 shots behind Yang (S Kor). [Frosaker G&CC, Vasteras, nr Stockholm, Sweden].

2007
Europe
279 (-9)
€78,750
Annika

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Matthew, Catriona

Score

279 (-9)

Prize money

€78,750

Title sponsor

Annika

Played as the Scandinavian TPC hosted by Annika (Aug 9-12). Second-placed Sophie Gustafson (Swe) and Laura Diaz (USA) finished 3 shots behind Catriona Matthew (Scot). [Ocean course, Barsebäck G&CC, nr Malmö, Sweden; at the time called the Masters course].

2006
Europe
271 (-21)
€75,000
Annika

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Sorenstam, Annika

Score

271 (-21)

Prize money

€75,000

Title sponsor

Annika

Played as the Scandinavian TPC hosted by Annika (Aug 10-13). Second-placed Lorena Ochoa (Mex) finished 1 shot behind Sörenstam (Swe), who won this event for the third straight year. [Bro-Balsta GK, Bro, nr Stockholm, Sweden ... Annika Sörenstam's home club].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Sorenstam, Annika

Score

284 (-4)

Prize money

€75,000

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Scandinavian TPC hosted by Annika (Aug 4-7; formerly the HP Open). Second-placed Natalie Gulbis (USA) finished 1 shot behind defending champion Annika Sörenstam (Swe). [Ocean course, Barsebäck G&CC, nr Malmö, Sweden; at the time called the Masters course].

2004
Europe
275 (-13)
€69,834
HP

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Sorenstam, Annika

Venue

Ullna

Score

275 (-13)

Prize money

€69,834

Title sponsor

HP

Played as the HP Open (Aug 5-8). Second-placed Carin Koch (Swe) finished 2 shots behind Sörenstam (Swe). [Ullna GC, Åkersberga, nr Stockholm, Sweden].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Gustafson, Sophie

Score

269 (-19)

Prize money

€70,346

Title sponsor

HP

Played as the HP Open (Aug 7-10; formerly the Compaq Open). Gustafson (Swe) beat Suzann Pettersen (Nor) with a par at the third playoff hole, to record her tenth Ladies European Tour win. [Royal Drottningholm GC, nr Stockholm; at the time known as Drottningholm GC].

2002
Europe
271 (-17)
€77,123
Compaq

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Sorenstam, Annika

Score

271 (-17)

Prize money

€77,123

Title sponsor

Compaq

Played as the Compaq Open (Aug 15-18). Second-placed Sophie Gustafson (Swe) finished 4 shots behind Sörenstam (Swe), who recorded her third win in this event. [Vasatorps GK, Helsingborg, Sweden].

2001
Europe
284 (-8)
€79,580
Compaq

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Carriedo, Raquel

Score

284 (-8)

Prize money

€79,580

Title sponsor

Compaq

Played as the Compaq Open (Aug 10-12). Second-placed Karine Icher (Fra) finished 1 shot behind Carriedo (Esp). Icher led the tournament for 70 holes, but on the back-nine of her final round sustained a penalty shot for slow play as well as two double-bogeys. [Osterakers GC, Akersberga, nr Stockholm, Sweden].

2000
Europe
282 (-6)
€72,607
Compaq

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Inkster, Juli

Score

282 (-6)

Prize money

€72,607

Title sponsor

Compaq

Played as the Compaq Open (Aug 24-27). Second-placed Sophie Gustafson (Swe) finished 1 shot behind first-time Ladies European Tour winner Juli Inkster (USA). [Ocean course, Barsebäck G&CC, nr Malmö, Sweden; at the time called the Masters course].

1999
Europe
277 (-15)
£45,000
Compaq

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Score

277 (-15)

Prize money

£45,000

Title sponsor

Compaq

Played as the Compaq Open (Aug 19-22). Second-placed Helen Alfredsson (Swe) finished 4 shots behind Davies (Eng), who recorded her 30th European Ladies' PGA Tour win. [West course, Osterakers GC, Akersberga, nr Stockholm, Sweden].

1998
Europe
279 (-9)
£45,000
Compaq

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Sorenstam, Annika

Score

279 (-9)

Prize money

£45,000

Title sponsor

Compaq

Played as the Compaq Open (Aug 20-23). Second-placed Catrine Nilsmark (Swe), Helen Alfredsson (Swe) and Johanna Head (Eng) finished 10 shots behind defending champion Annika Sörenstam (Swe), who tied the course record with a 5-under-par 67 in her final round. [Ocean course, Barsebäck G&CC, nr Malmö, Sweden; at the time called the Masters course].

1997
Europe
277 (-11)
£45,000
Compaq

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Sorenstam, Annika

Score

277 (-11)

Prize money

£45,000

Title sponsor

Compaq

Played as the Compaq Open (Aug 21-24). Second-placed Catrin Nilsmark (Swe) finished 6 shots behind Sörenstam (Swe). [Osterakers GC, Akersberga, nr Stockholm, Sweden].

1996
Europe
Dassu, Federica
Orebro GC
280 (-8)
£15,000
Compaq

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Dassu, Federica

Venue

Orebro GC

Score

280 (-8)

Prize money

£15,000

Title sponsor

Compaq

Played as the inaugural Compaq Open (Aug 29-Sept 1). Dassu (Italy) beat Helen Alfredsson (Swe) and Kathryn Marshall (Scot) in a playoff. [Orebro GC, Lanna, nr Orebro, Sweden; now called Lanna Lodge Resort].

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