ANNIKA Invitational Europe 2021
Welcome to ANNIKA Invitational Europe, part of the R&A World Amateur Golf Rankings.
Swedens most successful golfer of all times, Annika Sörenstam, will be hosting, following and conducting the ninth ANNIKA Invitational Europe on site.
Annika Sörenstam is a winner of 72 official LPGA tournaments including ten majors, and has represented Europe in the Solheim Cup on eight occasions between 1994–2007.
- General information
Isaberg Golf Club
Date & Venue
Format of play
Strokeplay over 54 holes, 18 holes on each day of the tournament, no cut.
A Junior-Am tournament will be played June 14th. About 30 players will be asked to participate in the Junior-Am. If a player is asked to participate in the Junior-Am participation is mandatory.
ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex
The top three finishers, who have not reached their 19th birthday AND have not graduated high school as of January 1, 2022, will receive an invitation.
The ANNIKA Invitational presented by Rolex has won 7 awards out of the 13 years it’s been played, from the AJGA. The first edition was honored as the Newcomer of the Year and the 2010 even received the Invitational of the Year. The tournament has also won two Media Awards, two Social Media Award and a Volunteer Award.
Cooperation with the AJGA
The AJGA has committed to provide the top finishers with “playing status with the AJGA”. This status will enable these finishers to gain entry into some AJGA events.
- Entry Conditions
A. Participants must be female and born 1st of January 2003 or later.
B. All participants must be an amateur golfer in accordance with the Rules of Amateur Status as approved by R&A Rules Limited.
C. The maximum handicap limit is -4,4.
D. The field will be limited to a maximum of 78 players.
The field will be decided in the following order:
Invitees - The top 48 players on the R&A Womens World Amateur Golf Ranking, published week 1 2021, and who also represents a country that is a member of the European Golf Association will be invited. The closing date to accept invitations is May 6th.
Exemptions - The ANNIKA Foundation and the Swedish Golf Federation will retain six places each - i.e. a total of twelve players.
Open entries - Places will be given to players in order of:
A. Ranking from the R&A Womens World Amateur Golf Ranking (May 6th)
Open entries will be accepted in the above order regardless of country representation.
Minimum number of open category entrants is 18.
Entries must be submitted no later than May 6th 2021.
Players entry 2021 (Click)
- Entry fee
The R&A is supporting the 2021 ANNIKA Invitational Europe. The R&A’s generous financial contribution has substantially reduced the tournament entry fee for each player, providing added benefit and helping grow the game.
Entry fee 2021 is TBA sek
Entry fee will include:
- Front row seat on Annika clinic on Tuesday afternoon June 15th
- Two practice rounds and three tournament rounds
- Five lunches
- Two dinners (opening dinner Monday June 14th and dinner on Wednesday June 16th)
- Fruit and drinks on the golfcourse
- Tourguide (Strokesaver)
- Unlimited practice balls on the driving range
- Transportation to and from Göteborg Landvetter Airport upon arrival and departure on request
- Wireless internet in the clubhouse
- Workshops on Wednesday afternoon June 16th
- Invited players
The top 48 European players born 2003 or later on the R&A Womens World Amateur Golf Ranking, published week 1, 2021 will be invited. The list of invited players will be published in February. The closing date to accept invitations is May 6th 2021
Name: Country: Adela Cernousek FRANCE Alicia Olsson SWEDEN Amalie Leth-Nissen DENMARK Ana Amalia Pina Ortega SPAIN Ana Da Costa Rodrigues PORTUGAL Anna Shultse RUSSIAN FEDERATION Anne-Sterre den Dunnen NETHERLANDS Antonia Zacharovska SLOVAKIA Beth Coulter IRELAND Carla Bernat Escuder SPAIN Carolina Lopez-Chacarra Coto SPAIN Cayetana Fernandez Garcia-Poggio SPAIN Charlotte Back GERMANY Charlotte Cattaneo ITALY Chiara Noja ENGLAND Darcey Harry WALES Denisa Vodickova CZECH REPUBLIC Ffion Tynan WALES Francesca Fiorellini ITALY Hannah Darling SCOTLAND Harriet Lockley WALES Ines Archer FRANCE Isabel Laulhe LIECHTENSTEIN Julia Lopez Ramirez SPAIN Lara Todorovic SERBIA Lauren Holmey NETHERLANDS Leonor Medeiros PORTUGAL Lilas Pinthier FRANCE Lottie Woad ENGLAND Lucia Lopez Ortega SPAIN Lucie Malchirand FRANCE Marta Lopez Echevarria SPAIN Marta Silchenko RUSSIAN FEDERATION Mathilda Orring SWEDEN Matilda Jonsson SWEDEN Matilde Innocenti Angelini ITALY Meja Örtengren SWEDEN Mia Sandtorv Lussand NORWAY Natalia Gutierrez Fernandez SPAIN Natalie Saint Germain CZECH REPUBLIC Nataliya Guseva RUSSIAN FEDERATION Paula Schulz-Hanssen GERMANY Polina Marina RUSSIAN FEDERATION Rocio Tejedo SPAIN Sara Sarrion SPAIN Savannah De Bock BELGIUM Silje Torvund Ohma NORWAY Sofia Barroso Sa PORTUGAL Zoe Allaux FRANCE
List of players to the Junior/Am
- Transportation and accommodation
Official hotel is TBA.
Special rates for players:
Göteborg Landvetter airport
- Schedule of Events
Sunday 13 June: First practice day
Monday 14 June: Second practice day, Junior-Am and Opening dinner and activities
Tuesday 15 June: First round and Annika clinic (starts at TBA).
Wednesday 16 June: Second round, Seminars (starts at TBA and dinner with activities from TBA)
Thursday 17 June: Third round and prize giving ceremony.
- More Than Golf
“More Than Golf” has been a guiding principle of the ANNIKA Foundation since its inception in 2007.
At each of our global events, we bring in speakers and develop workshops to extend the experience beyond just the golf course.
The Foundation recognizes the importance of well-rounded individuals and strives to leave a lasting impact on each and every player.
In 2009, the ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex was the first event founded by Annika in the Foundation’s series of global events. Now, the tournaments span five continents including Europe, Asia, Latin America, North America and Australasia.
The top three players from each international event are annually invited to the ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex the following year.
When developing her idea of what the ANNIKA Invitational would be, Annika was determined to include initiatives that supported the Foundation’s slogan “More Than Golf.” She wanted her invited participants to leave the week with something more than just a three-round aggregate score.
Annika’s experience has taught her that it takes more than a good golf swing and putting stroke to be a winner on the competitive tours. That’s why she includes leadership and life-skill workshops that take place during tournament week to allow the girls to ask questions and learn what it will take to be successful in their career.
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