The Scottish Open starts on Thursday July 8 which will see some of the world's greatest golfers descend on East Lothian. 

The tournament is set to take place across four days at the Renaissance Club in East Lothian, which plays host for the third year in a row. 

Taking place less than a year after the last event after it was postponed to October in 2020, fans will make a welcome return in 2021. 

Numbers may be restricted, but the event marks another step towards normality. 

What time is tee off at the Scottish Open?

The Scottish Open, which forms part of the European Tour starts on Thursday July 8. 

The first tee time is 7:30am, with groups of players starting at 10 minute intervals.

How can I watch the Scottish Golf Open?

You can watch coverage of the Scottish Open on Sky Sports from 8am-6:30pm.

Alternatively you can watch the golf via livestream on NOW TV from 8am-6:30pm.

Who is playing the Scottish Open this year?

Half of the world's top 10 will tee off at the Renaissance Club on Thursday, including Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa and Xander Schauffele. 

Young Scottish talent Robert MacIntyre, who hails from Oban, has been lauded as Scotland's next great golfing talent and will tee off at 8:10am. 

The 24-year-old will be joined on the green by Marc Warren, David Law, David Drysdale, Connor Syme, Paul O'Hara, Calum Hill, Richie Ramsay, Stephen Gallacher, Grant Forrest and Scott Jamieson, all representing Scotland.