The Challenge Tour returns to Finland in 2021 for the Vierumӓki Finnish Challenge, the ninth edition of the tournament since it returned to the Road to Mallorca International Schedule in 2012.
The long association between the Challenge Tour and Finland dates back 20 years to the first Finnish tournament on the tour, the Talma Finnish Challenge, which was won by Sweden’s Klas Eriksson
In 2015, Dominic Foos made Challenge Tour history when, at the age of 17, he went wire-to-wire to become the Tour's youngest ever winner.
The 2018 edition of the Vierumäki Finnish Challenge produced its first home winner, with Kim Koivu lifting the trophy after a play-off victory over Robert MacIntyre. Koivu claimed his second title of the season at Vierumäki Golf Resort in front of the home crowd en route to winning three times in 2018 and graduating to the European Tour.
Finland will host the first leg of a Scandinavian double-header on the Challenge Tour in August, with the Made in Esbjerg Challenge – Presented by FREJA & Total taking place in Denmark the following week.