Rory McIlroy followed new US Open champion Jon Rahm in confirming he would play at the Scottish Open next month.
The duo, along with other big winners Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa, join Xander Sc Chaudele as five of the top 10 in the world go head-to-head at the Renaissance Club in East Lothian.
McIlroy skipped the 2020 Scottish Open, which was delayed until October due to Covid-19 and took place without fans.
A “strictly limited number” can attend the tournament from July 8 to 11.
The Spaniard Rahm, who became world number one after winning his first big at the US Open at Torrey Pines on Sunday, makes his Scottish Open debut.
Scotsman Robert MacIntyre and 2018 Ryder Cup stars Tyrrell Hatton, Tommy Fleetwood, Francesco Molinari and Henrik Stenson are also confirmed in the world-class peloton.
Fleetwood lost in the play-off last year as compatriot England Aaron Rai won the title for the biggest victory of his career.
The Scottish Open takes place the week before the Open Championship, which this year takes place at Royal St George’s in Kent.