Ryder Cup heads back to Hazeltine in 2028

Golf's biennial clash between USA and Europe heads to Hazeltine for second time. 

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Mon, 5 Mar 2018

Ryder Cup heads back to Hazeltine in 2028

It might be 10 years away but news has reached us today that the Ryder Cup will be heading back to Hazeltine in 2028.

The Minnesota venue, scene of the United States' emphatic 17-11 victory over the Europeans in 2016, will host the Ryder Cup for just the second time in its history having also previously hosted two US Open tournaments in 1970 and 1991, as well as the US PGA in 2002 and 2009.

This year's Ryder Cup will be staged in Paris at Le Golf National from 28 to 30 September.

Golf's most famous matchplay tournament will then head back to the United States in 2020 at Whistling Straits, to Italy at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in 2022 and then to Bethpage Black in America in 2024.

The European destination for 2026 has yet to be determined.

And just in case you were thinking of booking your flights and accomodation early for the biennial clash in 2032, we can alert you that this will be held at the Olympic Club in San Francisco.