ICONIC Royal Troon Golf Club are set to host golf's most famous event for the 10th time in its history, we can reveal.
And they will be marking a landmark anniversary.

The club tweeted today: "We are thrilled to be hosting The 152nd Open and look forward to celebrating 100 years since @TheOpen was first played at Royal Troon in 1923. #TheOpen.

The South Ayrshire links last hosted the event in 2016 when Henrik Stenson defeated former winner Phil Mickelson to win the Claret Jug for the first time.

Other celebrated winners at the course have included Arnold Palmer, Tom Weiskopf in 1973 and Tom Watson, who took the fourth of his five titles at Royal Troon in 1982.

The first Championship to be played there was won by Arthur Havers in 1923.