We take a look at where the Ryder Cup is set to be staged in the coming years
Ryder Cup Future Venues
So where is the match going to be held in the years ahead?
There are currently six future Ryder Cup venues confirmed and just one of them is in Europe.
The five future USA venues are all confirmed including the 2036 host.
Ryder Cup Future Venues
In 2020 the Ryder Cup will be staged in Wisconsin at Whistling Straits Golf Club.
There are two courses at Whilsting Straits and the Straits Course will host Europe and the USA’s finest in two years time.
Whistling Straits has hosted the USPGA Championship three times, in 2004, 2010 and 2015, and it will host the Ryder Cup for the first time.
It will once again visit continental Europe the following match in 2022, when Rome’s Marco Simone Golf Club plays host.
The course opened for play in 1989 and was the venue for the 2004 Italian Open.
Two years later in 2024 it will visit Bethpage State Park and the Black Course.
Bethpage is well known to golf fans, having hosted the US Open in 2002 and 2009, and The Barclays in 2012 and 2016.
The public golf facility is home to five different courses and the Black Course is famous for its sign on the first tee warning golfers that only highly skilled players should tee it up.
It is scheduled to host its third major championship next year in May at the USPGA Championship.
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There is no current venue for the 2026 Ryder Cup but, if you believe the bookies, it will be heading to Adare Manor in Ireland.
The parkland venue was recently re-opened after a two year refurbishment, which saw owner JP McManus completely transform the golf course and resort, including the addition of a sub-air system for the greens.
It is now one of Europe’s greatest conditioned golf courses and commands the highest green fee in Ireland at €350.
This is, currently, just speculation however as no formal announcement has been made.
From 2028, we know three future Ryder Cup venues and they’re all in the USA.
Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota, venue for the 2016 Ryder Cup and nine majors across the men’s, women’s and amateur game including the 2009 USPGA, will host again in 2028.
It will become the first US venue to host a Ryder Cup for the second time.
The Olympic Club in San Francisco, which has hosted five US Opens including the 2012 edition won by Webb Simpson, will then host in 2032.
Congressional Country Club in Maryland in 2036 is the final venue announced as a USA Ryder Cup venue.
The club is the scene of Rory McIlroy’s first major win at the 2011 US Open and it has hosted two other US Opens, a US Senior Open and a USPGA Championship.
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