Thursday, 25 July 2019
Lee Westwood  (Getty Images)
Lee Westwood (Getty Images)

Former World Number One Lee Westwood and Major winner Danny Willett are the latest additions to the stellar field at the Omega European Masters in Crans Montana on August 29 to September 1, 2019.

The English pair, who are both former winners of the event, recorded top ten finishes in the final Major of the season at The Open Championship last week.

They will join a field at Crans-sur-Sierre that includes World Number Three and four-time Major champion Rory McIlroy, 2017 Masters Tournament winner Sergio Garcia, and their fellow countrymen Tommy Fleetwood – the 2017 Race to Dubai champion, who was runner up at Royal Portrush last week - and defending champion Matt Fitzpatrick, who is seeking a third Omega European Masters title and his sixth on the European Tour.

Westwood, who took the title in Crans Montana in 1999, won his 24th European Tour title at the Nedbank Golf Challenge hosted by Gary Player at the end of last season, and has continued that fine form into 2019, recording five top 20 finishes so far including tied fourth at The Open.


Willett, the 2016 Masters Tournament champion, lifted the Omega European Masters title in 2015. Like Westwood, he enjoyed a stunning end to 2018, claiming the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, title. He also closed out the 2019 Major season in impressive fashion with a tied sixth finish at Royal Portrush last week.

Tickets for the 2019 Omega European Masters are available now at www.omegaeuropeanmasters.com


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