Here’s where the next 7 PGA Championships will be played
Gary Kellner/PGA of America
The 2022 PGA Championship has arrived and is at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Okla., for the first time since 2007, when Tiger Woods claimed his 13th major title.
Southern Hills has a rich history and has hosted several U.S. Opens, PGA Championships and several more top pro and amateur events. This specific major was a late addition, as Southern Hills was named the host for 2022 only after the PGA of America decided to move it from Trump Bedminster in New Jersey in the aftermath of the Jan. 6 events at the Capitol. The PGA of America named Southern Hills as the replacement in late January 2021, just a couple of weeks after it said it wouldn’t be played at President Donald Trump’s course.
After this year, several more PGA Championship venues are already on the calendar, including two in Frisco, Texas, which will eventually be the new headquarters of the PGA of America.
Venues are set from 2023 to 2029 and also for two of the five years following. The 2031 PGA is at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md., and the 2034 PGA will be at PGA Frisco in Frisco, Texas. As of now, no venues are scheduled for 2030, 2032 or 2033.
Below is a rundown of the PGA Championship venues for the next seven years.
The next 7 PGA Championship venues
2023 PGA Championship — Oak Hill Country Club (East Course)
2024 PGA Championship — Valhalla Golf Club
2025 PGA Championship — Quail Hollow Club
2026 PGA Championship — Aronimink Golf Club
Newtown Square, Pa.
2027 PGA Championship — PGA Frisco
2028 PGA Championship — The Olympic Club (Lake Course)
San Francisco, Calif.
2029 PGA Championship — Baltusrol Golf Club (Lower Course)