18 September 2018


Kuala Lumpur: As part of efforts to further popularise the game, next month’s CIMB Classic, the only PGA TOUR golf tournament in Southeast Asia, will enable free admission into TPC Kuala Lumpur for two children below the age of 18 when accompanied by one ticketed adult.


In addition, for the month of September only, fans will enjoy a Buy One Get One ticket promo when they purchase at selected MST Golf Stores in the Klang Valley.


Tickets for the CIMB Classic are now on sale on www.cimbclassic.com and also at ProTicket sales channels.


The US$7 million showpiece returns from October 11 to 14 with title holder Pat Perez returning for his defence. World No. 4 Justin Thomas, who is a two-time CIMB Classic winner, Ryder Cup star Paul Casey, recent winner Keegan Bradley, Japanese ace Hideki Matsuyama, Xander Schauffele and legends Ernie Els and Davis Love III are amongst the stars coming to Malaysia.


Tickets are priced at RM62 each for the first round (October 11, Thursday) and second round (October 12, Friday) while prices for the third round (October 13, Saturday) and final round (October 14, Sunday) are RM99 each per day. A season ticket for all four rounds are priced at RM199. 


MST outlets which are selling tickets are located at MST Golf-TPC Kuala Lumpur, MST Golf Superstore-UOA, MST Golf Superstore-Subang Jaya, MST Golf Superstore-Intermark and MST Golf PJ Superstore.


CIMB cardholders and CIMB premier cardholders will enjoy 15% and 25% discounts respectively from tickets purchases while MST I Love Golf Members and Malaysia Airlines Enrich Members will enjoy 10% discounts through a promo code or by showing the Enrich card at ticketing counters.


In addition, each CIMB card member will be entitled to receive one complimentary pass on Thursday and Friday at the spectator entrance at TPC Kuala Lumpur. They need to present their CIMB card at the ticketing counter.


BMW car owners will be entitled to two season tickets each by presenting your BMW key or “White Card” at the ticket counter at  TPC Kuala Lumpur during the tournament week.

Justin Thomas