Future U.S. and European sites for the Ryder Cup matches
With the 2020 Ryder Cup matches concluding one year later than scheduled at Whistling Straits, the event has now shifted back to being held during odd years. The attention now turns to Europe, where Italy will host its first-ever Ryder Cup at the recently rebuilt Marco Simone Golf Club outside of Rome. It is also only the third Ryder Cup to ever take place on Europe's mainland. Weekly tickets are already sold out but according to RyderCup.com, a ballot for daily admission will be unveiled in 2022.
The PGA of America selects the venues for Ryder Cups hosted in the United States, while the European Tour selects their venues. The PGA of America has selected each of their dates through 2037. There is speculation, but not confirmation, that they will bring the 2041 event to their new headquarters in Frisco, Texas.
Confirmed future sites for the Ryder Cup
Marco Simone Golf & Country Club
Architect: Jim Fazio, David Mezzacane
Architects: A.W. Tillinghast, Rees Jones
County Limerick, Ireland
Architects: Roger Rulewich, Tom Fazio
Hazeltine National Golf Club
Architects: Robert Trent Jones Sr.
Lake Course at Olympic Club
San Francisco, Calif.
Architect: Willie Watson
Congressional Country Club
Architect: Devereux Emmet, Robert Trent Jones Sr.
ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 03: A general view of the seventh hole during Day Two of The Italian Open at Marco Simone Golf Club on September 03, 2021 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Luke Walker/Getty Images) Luke Walker/Getty Images
Can you image how loud Bethpage Black will be during the 2024 Ryder Cup? Jason Scott Deegan/Golf Advisor
Adare Manor, pictured in 2018 after a renovation by Tom Fazio, could be in the running to host the 2026 Ryder Cup in Ireland. Courtesy of Adare Manor
The 18th hole on The Olympic Club's Lake Course in San Francisco. Jason Scott Deegan/Golf Advisor
A view over the water of the clubhouse at Congressional Country Club near Washington D.C. Congressional CC