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PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
FUTURE SITES

Year
Location
Year
2022
Location
Southern Hills Country Club
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Southern Hills - 18
Southern Hills Country Club
Established in 1935, Southern Hills Country Club is a private, member-owned country club located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Southern Hills Country Club is recognized among the top 100 courses in the world and have been the host to 15 Championships since 1946.

Southern Hills is architect Perry Maxwell’s great achievement. Nearly every hole bends left or right, posing critical tee shots that must risk something. The putting surfaces have classic “Maxwell Rolls” and most are guarded by simple yet effective bunkers. Gil Hanse led a restoration of Southern Hills in 2019.

The PGA Championship will return to Southern Hills in 2022 for a fifth time, and the first since Tiger Woods’ 2007 victory.
Year
2023
Location
Oak Hill Country Club, East Course
Rochester, New York
Oak Hill Country Club
Oak Hill Country Club, East Course
The East Course at Oak Hill Country Club was renovated in 2020 by architect Andrew Green who sought to return the course to be more true to its original Donald Ross design. The course was originally built in 1921 after a land-swap with the University of Rochester gave Oak Hill Country Club a 355-acre plot of land in nearby Pittsford, NY. This replaced an 85-acre plot on the banks of the Genesee River where members played on their 9-hole layout. The increase in acreage allowed for two courses and a brand new clubhouse.

Oak Hill CC has hosted 3 previous PGA Championships, with the last occurring in 2013 and being won by Jason Dufner.
Year
2024
Location
Valhalla Golf Club
Louisville, Kentucky
Valhalla Golf Club
The 106th PGA Championship will be the fourth major championship contested at Valhalla. Designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus and opened in 1986, Valhalla has already established itself as one of golf’s memorable stages.

In the PGA Championship’s most-recent visit to Valhalla, in 2014, Rory McIlroy battled soggy conditions and impending darkness to emerge from a pack of four to best Phil Mickelson by a single shot, and Rickie Fowler and Henrik Stenson by two. During the PGA Championship’s visit in 2000, Tiger Woods defeated Bob May by a stroke in a three-hole cumulative score playoff, which occurred after both players birdied the 72nd hole. Valhalla made its major-championship debut in 1996, when Mark Brooks edged Kentuckian Kenny Perry in a one-hole playoff. Valhalla has also hosted the Ryder Cup in 2008 (16½-11½ triumph for the United States) and the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship in 2004 (Hale Irwin) and 2011 (Tom Watson).

Year
2025
Location
Quail Hollow Club
Charlotte, North Carolina
Quail Hollow Club
Founded in 1959, Quail Hollow is one of the finest courses in the southeastern United States. The course opened in 1961 and was originally designed by famed golf course architect George Cobb to capture the beauty and challenging terrain of the Piedmont region.

This will be the second PGA Championship played at Quail Hollow, but the first played in the month of May. In August 2017, a 24-year-old Justin Thomas finished two shots clear of Francesco Molinari, Louis Oosthuizen and Patrick Reed to claim the initial major championship victory of his career.
Year
2026
Location
Aronimink Golf Club
Newtown Square, PA
Aronimink Course Aerial
Aronimink Golf Club
Founded in 1896, Aronimink has hosted a number of significant golf events during its storied history, including the 1962 PGA Championship (won by Gary Player), the 1977 U.S. Amateur (John Fought), the 2003 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship (John Jacobs), and the 2020 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship (Sei Young Kim). Aronimink is the first venue to stage each of the PGA of America’s three rotating major championships (PGA Championship, KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, KPMG Women’s PGA Championship).

Aronimink’s golf course was designed by Donald Ross in 1926. During the Club’s Centennial Year in 1996, a plaque was unveiled behind the first tee, sharing a 1948 quote from Ross pertaining to his work at Aronimink: "I intended to make this my masterpiece, but not until today did I realize that I built better than I knew.”
Year
2027
Location
PGA Frisco
Frisco, Texas
PGA Frisco
In December 2018, the announcement was made to move the PGA of America headquarters from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, to Frisco, Texas. In addition to the headquarters and the two championship courses, the facility will also include a short course and practice areas. Gil Hanse designed the East Course, while Beau Welling led the design for the West Course. 

These championship courses will be the anchors of PGA Frisco, which will offer the best coaching, player development and education for PGA Golf Professionals, as well as play on both recreational and championship courses, alongside a magnificent Omni resort and interactive consumer golf experience.
Year
2028
Location
The Olympic Club, Lake Course
San Francisco, California
The Olympic Club, Lake Course
The Olympic Club's Lake Course, designed by Willie Watson and built by club superintendent Sam Whiting, opened in 1924. After winter weather damage, Whiting redesigned the course in 1927. Its roster of champions includes Jack Fleck (18-hole playoff victory over Ben Hogan in 1955), Billy Casper (18-hole playoff over Arnold Palmer in ’66), Scott Simpson (1987), Lee Janzen (1998) and Webb Simpson (2012).

This will be the first time the PGA of America will stage any of its pillar events at The Olympic Club, which sports a rich championship heritage having hosted 10+ USGA events, including five U.S. Opens, on its famed Lake Course.
Year
2029
Location
Baltusrol Golf Club, Lower Course
Springfield, New Jersey
Baltusrol Golf Club, Lower Course
Founded in 1895, Baltusrol has played a prominent role on the national golf stage for nearly 125 years. The 2029 PGA Championship will be staged on Baltusrol’s famed Lower Course, which is an A.W. Tillinghast design. Since opening in 1922, the Lower Course has hosted 10 major golf events, including seven professional major championships. This will be Baltusrol’s third PGA Championship: Phil Mickelson and Jimmy Walker notched memorable one-shot victories on the Lower Course in 2005 and 2016, respectively.  

In 2014, Baltusrol Golf Club was designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service, one of only four golf properties to earn this distinction.
Year
2031
Location
Congressional Country Club
Bethesda, Maryland
Congressional Country Club
Founded in 1924 by the likes of U.S. Presidents Coolidge, Harding, Hoover, Taft, and Wilson, Congressional was originally established to provide an informal common ground where politicians and peers could meet. Its international recognition has also been achieved in the world of golf.

The Club’s championship Blue Course has already hosted three U.S. Opens and a PGA Championship. Extensively renovated by Andrew Green in 2020-21, the Blue Course looks forward to hosting eight upcoming PGA of America events, including two National Championships, 5 Major Championships and the 2037 Ryder Cup.

Year
2034
Location
PGA Frisco
Frisco, Texas
PGA Frisco
In December 2018, the announcement was made to move the PGA of America headquarters from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, to Frisco, Texas. In addition to the headquarters and the two championship courses, the facility will also include a short course and practice areas. Gil Hanse designed the East Course, while Beau Welling led the design for the West Course. 

These championship courses will be the anchors of PGA Frisco, which will offer the best coaching, player development and education for PGA Golf Professionals, as well as play on both recreational and championship courses, alongside a magnificent Omni resort and interactive consumer golf experience.

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