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Hey player, welcome to Nordic Golf Tour.

Nordic Golf Tour is a professional tour put together by the Swedish, Norwegian and Danish golf federations, as well as the PGA of Sweden.

Professionals and amateurs of all nationalities are welcome to enter. Hope to see you on the tour!

On this site you will find:

Entry | Schedule | Developing tour | Player information


Special guidelines due to Covid-19

Read more about the specific guidelines established by the Swedish Golf Federations here (in Swedish)

Below restrictions apply to official practice round day, Pro-Am day and all tournament days. 


Restrictions due to Covid-19:

  • Players are responsible to withdraw from the tournament and leave the course if they have any symptom of sickness. No medical certificate will be required.

  • No caddies are allowed.

  • No audience or crowd allowed.

  • No gatherings such as prize giving ceremony.

  • The tournament and Pro-Am will be played as a one tee start.

  • Players are allowed to arrive at the course no earlier than 1 hour before their tee time.

  • Practice areas will only be open to players warming up.

  • Players are encouraged to travel by car. If play is suspended, players will be advised to go to their car.

Travel to Sweden

There is a temporary restriction on non-essential travel to Sweden across an external border, meaning from other countries than the EU/EEA, except the UK or Switzerland.

Travel from another EU country such as Denmark or Finland, a country that is part of the EEA such as Norway, from the UK, or from Switzerland will not be affected. 

This currently applies until August 31st.

It is every players' own responsibility to follow restrictions when returning to their home country. 


Enter the tournaments on Nordic Golf Tour

All players must create a profile in our online entry system. It does not cost anything.

When you have created a profile, you enter a tournament by clicking on "Competitions" followed by "Add" next to the tournament that you wish to enter. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the entry. 

Schedule 2020

Due to the Corona virus, tournaments originally scheduled in May are now rescheduled to late August. Danish Open, Moss & Rygge Open and Anna Nordqvist Västerås Open by SmartProvider have unfortunately been cancelled. 

Updated:22 July 2020

Date Tournament Venue Prize fund Info
July 23–25 GolfUppsala Open GolfUppsala Söderby, Sweden 250 000 SEK Info
August 6–7 Golfhäftet Masters @ Varberg Västra Varbergs GC, Sweden Min 130 000 SEK Info
August 13–14 Allerum Open presented by Ahlsell Allerum GC, Sweden Min 130 000 SEK Info
August 20-22 PGA Championship by Trelleborgs Kommun Tegelberga GC, Sweden 250 000 SEK Info
August 27-29 Didriksons Skaftö Open Skaftö GC, Sweden 300 000 SEK Info
October 7–9 SM Match presented by Greatdays Ekerum Resort Öland, Sweden 250 000 SEK

Developing tour

Swedish Golf Tour

Swedish Golf Tour is the Swedish professional tour, where the players start their journey towards bigger tours. Read more about the tour here.

Player information

  1. About the tour and tournaments
  2. Nordic Golf Tour (NGT) is a new tour initiated by the Swedish, Norwegian and Danish golf federations, as well as the PGA of Sweden. Some tournaments on Nordic Golf Tour are also a part of the LET Access Series (LETAS), which is the developing tour to the Ladies European Tour.

    Swedish Golf Tour (SGT) is the developing tour to Nordic Golf Tour. SGT tournaments have a smaller prize fund, generally around 80 000 – 150 000 SEK and attract mostly Swedish players.

    NGT tournaments have a prize fund from 250 000 SEK, where LETAS tournaments have a prize fund of 35 000 euro at a minimum. LETAS tournaments attract players from all over Europe.

  3. Handicap and age limits
  4. The tour is open for professionals as well as amateurs of all nationalities.

    Handicap limit

    Tournaments included in LET Access Series: -2,0.

    Other tournaments only included in Nordic Golf Tour and Swedish Golf Tour: -8,4.

    Age limit

    Players must be born in 2007 or earlier.

  5. How to enter a tournament
  6. 1. Register as a player and create a profile. It doesn’t cost anything. If you are a Swedish player, use your Golf ID and password to Min Golf. Follow the instructions in the entry system.

    2. Click on the tab “Competitions”.

    3. Click on the button “Add” next to the tournament you would like to enter. Follow the instructions on the screen.

    4. The entry closes at noon 14 days before the start of the tournament and the selection of the field will be made according to the category system.

    5. If you are in the field, the payment will open. You must pay the entry fee no later than 6 PM two days before the start of the tournament.

  7. Entry fees
  8. The entry fee to a tournament included in LET Access Series is 80 euro for both professionals and amateurs.

    The entry fee to other tournaments is 1400 SEK for professionals and 900 SEK for amateurs.

    No tour fee.

    The fees include 6 % VAT.

  9. About LETAS
  10. LETAS stands for Ladies European Tour Access Series and is the developing tour of the Ladies European Tour. Some tournaments on the Nordic Golf Tour are also included in the LETAS order of merit. These tournaments have a higher prize fund of a minimum of 35 000 euro. After the LETAS season, the best ranked players receive category to play on the Ladies European Tour the upcoming season.

    Read more about LETAS here.

  11. Rules and regulations
  12. To claim prize money won in an event
  13. To claim prize money won in events, please send a copy of your passport or identity card together with your bank details (IBAN account details) and postal address to maria.lundin@golf.se.

    There will be a deduction of your prize money as follows:

    Players with a company: 2,5 % levy to SGF Affärsutveckling AB and 15 % tax to the Swedish Government.
    Players without company: 2,5 % levy to SGF Affärsutveckling AB and 15 % + 32 % tax to the Swedish Government.

    Tax information for players outside the EU:

    All international athletes earning money in Sweden are obliged to pay tax to the Swedish Government. Players who are registered residents in a country outside of the European Union, who do not have a registered company to which they collect their earnings, will be subject to an added tax of about 32 %.

    To avoid this added tax, submit proof that you have a company.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Sofia Pettersson