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.

7 Min Read
September 21, 2021
Large buddies groups love playing Ryder Cup-style, multi-day team events on their golf vacations. And what could be more epic than playing a Ryder Cup match on a former (or future) Ryder Cup venue?

Confirmed future sites for the Ryder Cup

2023

Marco Simone Golf & Country Club

Guidonia, Italy
Architect: Jim Fazio, David Mezzacane
Resort


2025

Bethpage Black

Farmingdale, N.Y.
Architects: A.W. Tillinghast, Rees Jones
Municipal

Farmingdale, New York
Municipal
4.9279470588
55


2027

Adare Manor

County Limerick, Ireland
Architects: Roger Rulewich, Tom Fazio
Resort

Adare, County Limerick
Resort
4.7143
7


2029

Hazeltine National Golf Club

Chaska, Minn.
Architects: Robert Trent Jones Sr.
Private

Chaska, Minnesota
Private
5.0
5


2031

TBD Europe

2033

Lake Course at Olympic Club

San Francisco, Calif.
Architect: Willie Watson
Private

San Francisco, California
Private/Resort
5.0
9


2035

TBD Europe

2037

Congressional Country Club

Bethesda, Md.
Architect: Devereux Emmet, Robert Trent Jones Sr.
Private

Bethesda, Maryland
Private
0.0
0

Related Links
From Shinnecock Hills to Winged Foot, view the full list of future U.S. Open golf sites as announced by the USGA.
9 Images
Why not choose France for your next golf adventure? Wouldn't you rather be touring the Eiffel Towel after golf instead of trying to warm up from a wet day on an Irish or Scottish links?
8 Min Read
There was a time when practically every U.S. Open venue was an exclusive, private club. These days, "America's Open" has never been more open. Here are the six host courses open to the public, with tips on the best ways to secure a tee time.
5 Min Read
Jason Scott Deegan looks at the twenty golf course architects who have influenced major championship venues, from Augusta National to the U.S. Open, the most.
9 Min Read
View the future golf course sites for the PGA Championship, pro golf's major championship conducted by the PGA of America.
8 Images
Latest Popular Content
6 Min Read
November 20, 2021
Help the golfer in your life shoot lower scores, look and feel better than ever this holiday season with these eight golf gifts.
7 Min Read
October 7, 2021
We found the 10 cities where it's easiest to score a tee time.
1 Min Read
October 22, 2021
Green grass and low scores forever.
3 Min Read
November 30, 2021
The Jamaica Invitational "Annie's Revenge", one of the Caribbean's best pro-ams, introduces the fun and the sun of Rose Hall near Montego Bay.
Nestled in the heart of the Colorado Rockies, Red Sky Golf Club’s Tom Fazio and Greg Norman courses are consistently ranked at the top of their class. Both courses feature dramatic mountain views from greens surrounded by aspen forests, wildflower meadows and sage covered hills. Guests at Beaver Creek and Vail Resort’s lodging properties enjoy coveted access to the courses of Red Sky Golf Club.
4 Min Read
October 21, 2021
What began with just a par-3 course and learning center, this 2,000-acre sporting ranch between Austin and Houston is finally going all-in with an ambitious championship course.
5 Min Read
November 2, 2021
Some U.S. cities have frighteningly few public-access courses for its residents. If you like variety, you may not want to live in these metros.
Load More
Now Reading
Future U.S. and European sites for the Ryder Cup matches