The Old Course at St Andrews will play to a yardage of 7,313 yards when it stages The 150th Open from 10-17 July.
The course’s total yardage is almost identical to its length the last time St Andrews hosted The Open in 2015, with just 16 yards added.
Par for the course remains 72, with two par-3s and two par-5s along with 14 par-4s.
The front nine measures 3,599 yards, before a longer inward nine of 3,714 yards that features the 614-yard 14th and a trio of lengthy par-4s in the 13th, 15th and 17th.
Although the official Championship yardage is set at 7,313 yards, the course will play to slightly differing lengths on each day of the Championship, with the final yardage for each round dependent on tee and pin placements.
For more information on the Old Course, read our hole-by-hole guide to the venue for The 150th Open.