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Tuesday, 20 August 2019
Henrik Stenson  (Getty Images)
Henrik Stenson (Getty Images)

Henrik Stenson will go in search of a first win at his home event alongside some familiar faces when the Scandinavian Invitation gets under way on Thursday.

The Swede has finished second at this event twice under its previous guises but does not have the trophy sat next to his Claret Jug at home.

He will tee off the tenth at Hills Golf & Sports Club in the company of countryman Marcus Kinhult and Ryder Cup team-mate and former champion Matthew Fitzpatrick at 8.00am.

Another successful Swede in Robert Karlsson goes off ten minutes later and the 2008 Order of Merit winner will play the first two days with South African stars Christiaan Bezuidenhout and Brandon Stone.

Defending champion Paul Waring goes off the first at 1.00pm alongside two time winner and home hero Alex Noren, and another South African in Erik van Rooyen.

Renato Paratore - the 2017 champion - tees off the tenth alongside Dean Burmester and Alexander Levy at 7.40am.

In form Italian Andrea Pavan will start from the first alongside Alexander Björk and Andy Sullivan at 1.10pm, ten minutes before last week's runner up Adri Arnaus, fellow Spaniard Adrian Otaegui and popular Englishman Andrew Johnston begin their campaigns.

For a full list of tee times, click here.

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Tournament Leaderboard

Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1VAN ROOYEN, ErikRSA18-19
2FITZPATRICK, MatthewENG18-18
T3STENSON, HenrikSWE18-14
T3BURMESTER, DeanRSA18-14
T5SODERBERG, SebastianSWE18-13
T5KIM, SihwanUSA18-13

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