Dundonald Links will host both the men's and women's Scottish Opens within a three-week spell in 2017, with the latter enjoying a new format and record prize fund.
The Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open will be held from July 27-30 - the week before the Ricoh Women's British Open at Kingsbarns - and switches from a pro-am format to a regular 72-hole strokeplay event.
The tournament will be co-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour and LPGA and the prize fund of 1.5million US Dollars (Â£1.2million) is the highest on the LET outside the majors.
The men's event, which has a prize fund of 7million US Dollars (Â£5.6million) as part of the new Rolex Series announced on Tuesday, takes place from July 13-16, the week before the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
Martin Gilbert, chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management, said: "This is huge stepping stone for the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open to rank alongside the biggest tournaments across both tours."
Paul Bush, director of events with VisitScotland, added: "The huge success of the men's Scottish Open taking place the week before The Open provided the inspiration for us to achieve similar success with the Ladies Scottish Open ahead of the Ricoh Women's British Open and these outstanding two weeks will now rival anything the world of golf has to offer."