Here are the next 9 PGA Championship venues

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Olympic Club will host the PGA Championship for the first time in 2028.

Patrick Koenig

Days removed from a historic Phil Mickelson PGA Championship victory, we can now officially put Kiawah Island in the books. And now it’s time to look ahead.

The 2022 PGA Championship is headed to Southern Hills in Tulsa, Okla. It was originally slated for Trump Bedminster in New Jersey but those plans were canceled in the wake of the January storming of the United States capital. 

Southern Hills has hosted the PGA Championship four times before, most recently in 2007 when Tiger Woods triumphed over Woody Austin in the sweltering heat. High temperatures for the tournament that week hung right around 100 degrees. Get excited, folks!

From there, the PGA heads up to what will surely be a chillier location: Rochester, N.Y., and Oak Hill Country Club. From New York, it heads to Kentucky, and then to North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, California and so on. No major championship gets around better than the PGA. For the full slate of nine future host courses, locations and years, check out the listing below.

2022 PGA Championship: Southern Hills Country Club — Tulsa, Oklahoma

2023 PGA Championship: Oak Hill Country Club — Rochester, New York

2024 PGA Championship: Valhalla Golf Club — Louisville, Kentucky

Rory McIlroy at the 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla.

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2025 PGA Championship: Quail Hollow Club — Charlotte, North Carolina

2026 PGA Championship: Aronimink Golf Club — Newtown Square, Pennsylvania 

2027 PGA Championship: PGA Frisco — Frisco, Texas

2028 PGA Championship: Olympic Club — San Francisco, California

The 2nd green at Olympic Club’s Lake course.

Patrick Koenig

2029 PGA Championship: Baltusrol Golf Club — Springfield, New Jersey

2031 PGA Championship: Congressional Country Club — Bethesda, Maryland

2034 PGA Championship: PGA Frisco — Frisco, Texas

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