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Tuesday, 05 February 2019
Matt Wallace of England walks off the 18th  (Getty Images)
Matt Wallace of England walks off the 18th (Getty Images)

Defending BMW International champion Matt Wallace and home favourite Martin Kaymer will tee it up in Munich at the 31st BMW International at Golfclub München Eichenried from June 20-23.

Wallace, who won his third European Tour title at last year's tournament, defeated two-time Major Champion Kaymer by one stroke in 2018.

After missing out on what would have been his second BMW International title, Kaymer is determined to go one better this year. The 34 year old won in 2008 after defeating Anders Hansen in a play-off.

Tickets for the 2019 BMW International are now available, with an early bird discount of ten per cent on up to four general admission tickets or Fairway Club tickets - offer ends at 23:59 on February 28, 2019. Enter the code BIRDIE for this discount.

Admission is free for Tuesday's practice round and Wednesday's Pro-Am, while under-18s will have free entry throughout the entire tournament. 

Day tickets cost €15 per day (Thursday or Friday) and €30 (Saturday or Sunday). Season tickets are available for €75.

VIP tickets for the Fairway Club are available for €275 (Thursday or Friday), €375 (Saturday or Sunday) and €1,040 for a Thursday-Sunday season ticket.

Admission includes a free shuttle bus service between the S-Bahn station at Ismaning and Golfclub München Eichenried (Thursday to Sunday. There is also free parking at the golf course - weather permitting.

Click here to purchase tickets.

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