Legislation is amongst three Scots competing on the much-anticipated a hundred and fiftieth staging of the event at St Andrews, together with fellow Aberdonian Paul Lawrie and Oban’s Robert MacIntyre.
He secured his place on the Open only a fortnight in the past, after finishing tied fourth at the Phoenix Irish Open.
David Legislation is set to not be distracted by the status surrounding his main debut at this week’s Open Championship.
Legislation will tee off at 2.15pm on Thursday, having been drawn with Japan’s Shugo Imahira and Australian Jason Scrivener.
With a record-breaking 290,000 followers attending the event throughout the complete week, the thrill is already palpable all through the city.
Legislation, who arrived recent from ending tied forty seventh on the Genesis Scottish Open at Renaissance, is eager to maintain the method regular forward of his first main outing.
Legislation stated: “It’s a extremely particular one to play as my first main. For those who have been to select one it might be The Open, and in the event you have been to select one explicit Open it might be at St Andrews.
“It’s a extremely particular one. You possibly can really feel the thrill and the vibe across the event.
“The primary time I used to be right here was 2010 once I performed the St Andrews Hyperlinks Trophy, very unsuccessfully.
“We got here to the Dunhill Hyperlinks once I was younger, and I used to be on the Open right here in 2015 when play was stopped on the Friday afternoon.
“It’s a high quality line between actually having fun with the week, however at first I’m right here to compete.
“I’m looking for the stability as I need to take pleasure in each minute, however on the similar time I’m making ready to play a golf event.”
Legislation performed a follow spherical on Tuesday alongside Lawrie, who’s his supervisor and mentor, and Englishman Alex Wrigley.
Lawrie, who gained the event in 1999 at Carnoustie, would be the first to tee off at 6.35am on Thursday.
Legislation says the prospect to play the Outdated Course with Lawrie forward of the occasion added to the event.