Melbourne has been granted hosting rights for the 2020 and 2022 Australian Open of golf.
The Australian Open will return to Melbourne in 2020 and 2022, ending 15 years of Sydney hosting the country's premier golf tournament.
The Open was last played in the Victorian capital at Moonah Links in 2005, with a venue for upcoming editions undecided.
It's since been shared between Royal Sydney, The Australian, The Lakes and the NSW Golf Club.
It is another coup for Melburnians, following the announcement that the 2019 Presidents Cup would be staged at Royal Melbourne Golf Club.
The city has been starved of top-line golf since the Australian Masters was discontinued from 2015, with no certainty about a potential return.
"We know that the golf clubs and golfers of Victoria will be delighted to have the Australian Open played on Victorian soil again," Golf Australia chief executive Stephen Pitt said.
"These events will be played on two of our country's greatest courses and we are expecting them to be wonderful championships."
The Australian will host the tournament in 2017, 2019 and 2021, with The Lakes hosting in 2018.