The R&A has reported that the 152nd Open Championship is to be played at Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland from July 20-23, 2023.
The event will check the 100th commemoration of when The Open was first played at the Ayrshire-based connections in 1923, and it will be the tenth time that the competition has been held there.
The Open was last held at Troon in 2016 when Henrik Stenson shot a last cycle 63 to hold off the test of Phil Mickelson and win the title with a record 20-under-standard aggregate of 264.
Martin Slumbers, Chief Executive of The R&A, stated: “Regal Troon is one of the world’s most noteworthy titles joins. It has delivered numerous critical minutes since the commencement of The Open. We are especially anticipating commending another achievement in the appreciated history of The Open and it will be entrancing to see who will rise up out of the world-class field to lift the Claret Jug in 2023.”
The Captain of Royal Troon, Des Bancewicz, stated: “We are pleased to respect the arrival of the world’s most established significant golf title to Royal Troon and see this as an affirmation of the awesome condition to which our noteworthy connections are kept up. The 152nd Open will likewise give a great chance to commend 100 years of the Championship’s history at Royal Troon, which started with Arthur Havers’ triumph in 1923.”
Illustrious Troon is likewise facilitating the current year’s AIG Women’s British Open from August 20-23.