“I cannot wait to play my first BMW PGA Championship,” said Rahm, who will be targeting a fourth Rolex Series title. “I have heard such great things about the event, the golf course and the crowds.
“I love playing in big atmospheres and I tend to play better when the crowd gets behind me – and of course I seem to play well at Rolex Series events. So hopefully the British fans will support me and I can give them something to cheer about too.”
Two-time Race to Dubai Champion Stenson, who finished in a share of third in his last BMW PGA Championship appearance in 2017, said: “The BMW PGA Championship has always been one of the biggest events on the European Tour and especially since 2017 when it became a Rolex Series event.
“Now with it being the start of the race for The 2020 Ryder Cup, it is sure to add an extra little bit of excitement for the fans and for us players. I certainly want to be on the plane to Milwaukee next year so hopefully I can get off to a strong start in the points race with a good performance at Wentworth.”
Noren, who has fond memories of Wentworth following his victory at the 2017 BMW PGA Championship, said: “It is always one of my favourite tournaments of the year and of course I have some great memories of Wentworth.
“Since the changes to the West Course, it seems to get better and better and I’m looking forward to returning with this new date. After the summer season, I have no doubt the course will be in better condition than ever.”