The tour, which is taking place in partnership with HSBC UK, will visit schools, golf clubs, city centres and HSBC UK branches from Wednesday 15 June through to the championship in mid-July.
Old and new golfing fans will be able to get their picture taken with the Claret Jug at a selection of venues in each location.
It has been welcomed by Tommy Fleetwood, runner-up to Shane Lowry in the 2019 Open at Royal Portrush.
The Englishman said: “The 150th Open will be a momentous occasion at St Andrews. With a record crowd cheering us on it’ll be an extra special event.
“The Claret Jug is steeped in so much history and is a truly unique piece of silverware that we all dream of getting our hands on.
“The 150th Open Claret Jug Tour, in partnership with HSBC, will give fans across the UK & Ireland a unique chance of getting up close to the legendary trophy and is a fitting way to celebrate the landmark of The 150th Open.”