2022 Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed: Prize Money Breakdown and Winner’s Payout

Published 06/11/2022, 3:30 AM EDT
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The 2022 Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed is currently underway in Sweden. Moreover, this is one of the unique events as both men and women golfers compete in the same event. Additionally, this is the second year of this event, with DP World Tour and Ladies European Tour coming together for this one of its kind events. 

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The field for the week has 78 men and 78 women golfers playing in the same group. Moreover, the field also has prominent golfers like Henrik Stenson and Annika Sorenstam competing in this event. Therefore, the tournament has received immense popularity and success so far.

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Furthermore, the prize money for this event has been increased this year, indicating the success of this event. Hence, in the upcoming years, we expect more prominent names to compete in the 2022 Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed. 

2022 Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed prize money 

The prize money for the 2022 Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed event is set for $2 million. Moreover, the winner’s share from this will be around $333,330, the standard 16.67 percent payout according to the DP World Tour’s prize money distribution chart. 

Apart from monetary benefits, there are plenty of other perks available this week. The winner of this mixed-event will receive 24 OWGR points and two years of exemption on the DP World Tour. Moreover, the champion will receive 460 Race to Dubai points, which is the season-ending championship. 

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Additionally, there are around 156 golfers on the field. However, not all golfers will receive a share of the total prize money of $2 million. Only the golfers who make it to the weekend will receive a proportion of the prize money purse based on their position on the leaderboard.

Hence, there will be a cutline after the second round to determine the golfers who will make it to the final two rounds. Therefore, only the top 65 and their ties will go through, while others will have to leave the tournament after 36-holes. So here’s the complete breakdown of the total $2 million prize money for the 2022 Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed. 

Complete prize money breakdown from winner’s place to last place

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1st$330,330
2nd$220,200
3rd$125,200
4th$100,000
5th$84,800
6th$70,000
7th$60,000
8th$50,000
9th$44,800
10th$40,000
11th$36,800
12th$24,400
13th$32,200
14th$30,600
15th$29,400
16th$28,200
17th$27,000
18th$25,800
19th$24,800
20th$24,000
21st$23,200
22nd$22,600
23rd$22,000
24th$21,400
25th$20,800
26th$20,200
27th$19,600
28th$19,000
29th$18,400
30th$17,800
31st$17,200
32nd$16,600
33rd$16,000
34th$15,400
35th$15,000
36th$14,600
37th$14,200
38th$13,800
39th$13,400
40th$13,000
41st$12,600
42nd$12,200
43rd$11,800
44th$11,400
45th$11,000
46th$10,600
47th$10,200
48th$9,800
49th$9,400
50th$9,000
51st$8,600
52nd$8,200
53rd$7,800
54th$7,400
55th$7,000
56th$6,600
57th$6,200
58th$6,000
59th$5,800
60th$5,600
61st$5,400
62nd$5,200
63rd$5,000
64th$4,800
65th$4,600

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Amey Kulkarni

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Amey Kulkarni is a Golf writer at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in mass media from HR College, Mumbai. Before joining EssentiallySports he used to write articles on Golf and Cricket on his personal blog cricgolf.

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