Former Masters Champion Patrick Reed will tee it up in the 100th edition of the KLM Open when the event returns to Amsterdam from September 12-15.
Reed, who claimed his first Major title in 2018, joins fellow Green Jacket winner Sergio Garcia in the star-studded field set to play at The International Golf Course for the first time in the illustrious history of the event.
The American and Spaniard are not the only Ryder Cup stars set to arrive in the famous city with ten-time Ryder Cup player and former World Number One Lee Westwood returning to the KLM Open for the 12th time. The Englishman won the event in 1999 at the Hilversumsche and has finished third on three other occasions.
Former Ryder Cup player Thomas Pieters, who won the 2015 KLM Open and more recently the 2018 ISPS HANDA World Cup of Golf alongside Thomas Detry for Belgium, is looking to add another trophy to his impressive collection at the course not too far from his hometown of Antwerp.
Four-time European Tour winner Matt Wallace will also tee it up after his tied third finish at the US PGA Championship alongside home favourite Joost Luiten.
Luiten thrilled the Dutch public with his two KLM Open victories in 2013 and 2016, however had to withdraw from the event in 2018 due to a wrist injury.
Tickets for the event are available at: https://klmopen.nl/tickets/