U.S. Open future venues: Here’s where the national championship is headed through 2051 (!!!)

Oakmont, Shinnecock, Pebble Beach and Winged Foot will host the next four U.S. Opens.

The next four U.S. Opens are heading to Oakmont, Shinnecock, Pebble Beach and Winged Foot.

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Already looking forward to the next U.S. Open? Don’t worry, we already know the 2025 U.S. Open will be at Oakmont, near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

So too will the 2033 edition, and the 2042 championship … and the 2049 tournament.

Yes, you read that right, there is a U.S. Open scheduled for Oakmont in 2049 already, and it’s not even the latest one scheduled. The USGA already has an agreement with Oakland Hills in Michigan to host the 2051 U.S. Open.

By that U.S. Open, Tiger Woods will be 75 years old and this year’s 36-hole leader, Ludvig Aberg will be 51, likely in his second season on the PGA Tour Champions.

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In stark contrast to what the R&A has done with the Open (the latest Open is scheduled for just 2026), the USGA has gone ahead and scheduled out most of the U.S. Opens for the next 26 years, but there are a few empty slots right now.

Four years in the 2040s currently await a host selection. Could we see the return of Chambers Bay to the national championship? Perhaps another Anchor site will be chosen, like this year’s venue Pinehurst No. 2, or next year’s, Oakmont.

Riviera was the most recent addition to the schedule, getting penciled in last summer for 2031.

Keep reading below for the full schedule of U.S. Open venues through 2051.

Future U.S. Open venues, 2025-2051

2025: Oakmont Country Club

2026: Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

2027: Pebble Beach Golf Links

2028: Winged Foot Golf Club (West)

2029: Pinehurst (No. 2)

2030: Merion Golf Club

2031: Riviera Country Club

2032: Pebble Beach Golf Links

2033: Oakmont Country Club

2034: Oakland Hills Country Club (South Course)

2035: Pinehurst (No. 2)

2036: Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

2037: Pebble Beach Golf Links

2038: The Country Club

2039: Los Angeles Country Club (North Course)

2040: Merion Golf Club

2041: Pinehurst (No. 2)

2042: Oakmont Country Club

2043: TBD

2044: Pebble Beach Golf Links

2045: TBD

2046: TBD

2047: Pinehurst (No. 2)

2048: TBD

2049: Oakmont Country Club

2050: Merion Golf Club

2051: Oakland Hills Country Club (South Course)

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