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Swedish International (women)

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Dec 17, 2021

The Swedish International Stroke Play Championship or Swedish International (SI) was a women’s golf tournament played in Sweden from 1962 to 2007. It featured on the Swedish Golf Tour starting from the tour’s inception in 1986.[1]

Swedish International
Tournament information
Location Sweden
Established 1962
Tour(s) Swedish Golf Tour (1986–2007)
Format Stroke play
Prize fund SEK 200,000
Final year 2007
Final champion
Caroline Hedwall

Named Svenskt Internationellt Slagtävlingsmästerskap (SISM) until it formally assumed the name Swedish International in 1984, the tournament was amateur only from 1962 to 1983, turning open to any golfer from 1984 with the introduction of the men’s Swedish Golf Tour. Officially a Swedish National Championship starting in 1982, a separate National Champion was named in the event of a foreign winner. The tournament was discontinued after the 2007 season.[2]

. . . Swedish International (women) . . .

Year Tournament name Venue Winner Score Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up Purse
(SEK)
Ref
2007 Gefle Ladies Open Gävle Caroline Hedwall (a) 215 (–1) Playoff Florence Lüscher 200,000 [3]
2006 Körunda Ladies Club SGT Open Nynäshamn Christine Hallström 211 (–5) 2 strokes Sara Wikström 225,000 [4]
2005 Swedish International Vidbynäs Anna Tybring 222 (+3) 3 strokes Anna Becker
Eva Bjärvall
Hanna-Sofia Leijon
150,000 [5]
2004 Swedish International Upsala Maria Bodén 211 (–5) 4 strokes Sara Jelander 150,000 [6]
2003 Swedish International Upsala Emelie Svenningsson 215 (–1) 1 stroke Mikaela Parmlid 150,000 [7]
2002 Gefle Ladies Open Gävle Anna Becker 209 (–7) 3 strokes Marlene Hedblom 200,000 [8]
2001 Gefle Ladies Open Gävle Malin Burström 212 (–4) 1 stroke Maria Bodén
Susanna Gustafsson
200,000 [9]
2000 Gefle Ladies Open Gävle Lisa Hed 214 (+1) Playoff Riikka Hakkarainen 200,000 [10]
1999 Timrå Ladies Open Timrå Eva-Lotta Strömlid 216 (E) 1 stroke Karolina Andersson 100,000 [11]
1998 Timrå Ladies Open Timrå Sara Jelander 225 (+9) 2 strokes Maria Bodén (a)
Rebecka Heinmert (a)
Sofia Johansson (a)
150,000 [12]
1997 Timrå Ladies Open Timrå Malin Tveit 227 (+11) 3 strokes Maria Bodén (a) 150,000 [13]
1996 Körunda Ladies Open Nynäshamn Petra Rigby 215 (–1) Playoff Marlene Hedblom 85,000 [14]
1995 Aspeboda Ladies Open Falun-Borlänge Mia Löjdahl (a) 219 (+3) Playoff Pernilla Sterner 85,000 [15]
1994 Höganäs Ladies Open Mölle Petra Rigby 219 (+3) 2 strokes Maria Bertilsköld 100,000 [16]
1993 Rörstrand Ladies Open Lidköping Dale Reid 216 (+3) 1 stroke Karolina Andersson (a)[lower-alpha 1]
Carin Hjalmarsson
Sarah Nicklin
100,000 [17]
1992 Ängsö Ladies Open Ängsö Charlotta Sörenstam (a) 141 (–3) Playoff Maria Brink 85,000 [18]
1991 Ansvar Ladies Open Tobo Anna Berg (a) 290 (+2) 7 strokes Marie Wennersten-From 75,000 [19]
1990 Ansvar Ladies Open Tobo Margareta Bjurö 297 4 strokes Marie Wennersten-From 100,000 [20]
1989 Swedish International Wittsjö Susann Norberg 291 4 strokes Marie Wennersten-From 100,000 [21]
1988 Trygg-Hansa Open Hässleholm Helen Alfredsson (a) 290 8 strokes Sofia Grönberg 50,000 [22]
1987 Trygg-Hansa Open Drottningholm Michiko Hattori 284 5 strokes Helene Andersson[lower-alpha 1] 50,000 [23]
1986 Trygg-Hansa Open Östersund Pia Nilsson 300 12 strokes Gisela Cunningham
Eva Dahllöf
50,000 [24]
1985 Swedish International Rya Karine Espenasse 297 1 stroke Liv Wollin[lower-alpha 1]
1984 Swedish International Söderåsen Charlotte Montgomery 301
  1. National champions in bold

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