Here are the next 5 Ryder Cup host sites, courses through 2037
If you’re a Team USA fan, we can forgive you for already wanting to put another road letdown behind you. The good news is the Ryder Cup is back stateside in two years when it heads to the New York City area for the first time ever. In fact, the next four U.S. host sites are already booked with one future European venue set as well.
All of the Ryder Cup’s next five venues should be familiar to golf fans with all four of the U.S. sites being former major championship venues.
Check them out below.
Future Ryder Cup Venues
2025: Bethpage Black Course — Farmingdale, New York
After hosting two U.S. Opens in the 2000s, Bethpage Black has recently fallen into favor with the PGA of America as they hosted the 2019 PGA Championship, won by Brooks Koepka, and landing the bid for the 2025 Ryder Cup. Ranked at No. 5 in GOLF’s Top 100 Courses You Can Play, the Black is often considered one of the most challenging golf courses in the country.
2027: Adare Manor — County Limerick, Ireland
Adare Manor, the lavish 840-acre estate outside Shannon, Ireland has previously been in the spotlight as host of the JP McManus Pro-Am. However, the 2027 Ryder Cup will have far more eyes on the Robert Trent Jones Sr. design.
2029: Hazeltine National Golf Club — Chaska, Minnesota
Another former PGA Championship host (2002 and 2009) and the only previous Ryder Cup host on the current schedule, Hazeltine will welcome back the world’s top golfers for a second Ryder Cup in 2029. In 2016, the Americans successfully defended home turf for the first time in eight years, so it’s not surprising for the PGA to come back to Minnesota.
2031: Europe — Undecided
2033: Olympic Club, Lake Course — San Francisco, California
The Olympic Club’s Lake Course has hosted the U.S. Open five times, most recently in 2012 when Webb Simpson won his only major. The Bay area club also hosted the 2021 U.S. Women’s Open and will add another major, the 2028 PGA Championship, before holding the 2033 Ryder Cup.
2035: Europe — Undecided
2037: Congressional Country Club, Blue Course — Bethesda, Maryland
Rounding out the list of future U.S. Ryder Cup sites is another club that has hosted both the U.S. Open and PGA Championship, Congressional Country Club. The D.C. area club will add another major to that list when it hosts the 2030 PGA Championship before hosting the Ryder Cup for the first time in 2037. The famed Blue Course recently underwent an Andrew Green-led renovation, which was put on display at the 2022 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.