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Matt Wallace and Luke List to join KLM Open 2024

Matt Wallace and Luke List to join KLM Open 2024

England’s Matt Wallace and American Luke List will participate in the KLM Open, taking place from June 20-23 at The International near Amsterdam.

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Wallace and List, both ranked among the top 100 players in the world, will compete against defending champion Pablo Larrazábal, home favourites Joost Luiten and Darius van Driel, and DP World Tour winners Rasmus Højgaard, Matteo Manassero, and Dylan Frittelli.

Englishman Wallace has found success on both the DP World Tour and the PGA TOUR, with his breakout year being 2018, with three wins on the DP World Tour.

In 2019, he finished third in the US PGA Championship, earning his PGA TOUR card. Since then, he has won in the States, claiming victory at the Corales Puntacana Championship last year.

Wallace has fond memories of the KLM Open at The International, where he finished third in 2019 with a course record 63.

American List has won twice on the PGA TOUR and has earned over $17 million in prize money.

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Coming from an athletic family of top swimmers, List chose golf over swimming and after a stellar amateur career, highlighted by reaching the final of the US Amateur Championship and making the cut at the Masters as an amateur, he quickly found success on the American circuits.

Last year, he won his second PGA TOUR title at the Farmers Insurance Open and recently finished tied for second at the Genesis Invitational. This year, List will make his debut at the KLM Open.

Daan Slooter, KLM Open Tournament Director, expressed his excitement: “We are thrilled to have succeeded in bringing two more top players to the Netherlands. The two highest-ranked players on the world rankings have impressive track records and are in excellent form this year. Matt has a special connection with the KLM Open, and we share that sentiment! He wouldn't miss it for anything. For Luke, it's a rare foray onto the DP World Tour, and we hope he thoroughly enjoys his time here.”

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