Pebble Beach will host four future US Opens and first-ever Women's US Open

The USGA has announced that Pebble Beach will host four US Opens in the next 22 years and four US Women's Opens until 2048.

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Thu, 21 Apr 2022
Pebble Beach will host four future US Opens and first-ever Women's US Open

Pebble Beach, one of the world's most iconic golf venues, will host four more US Open Championships until 2044, extending the course's illustrious history of major championships.

According to an announcement by the USGA, the course will host the US Open in 2027, 2032, 2037 and 2044. They last hosted the prestigious tournament in 2019. 

Also, the California venue will host the US Women's Open for the first time ever in 2023 and they will also host this event in 2035, 2040 and 2048.

The USGA also confirmed that the US Senior Open and the Senior Women's Open will be held back-to-back in 2030 at Spyglass Hill, another of the world's premier golf courses.

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"This relationship with Pebble Beach, long considered a national treasure, is a historic step forward for golf," said USGA CEO Mike Whan.

"In addition to elevating our Open championships, the USGA and Pebble Beach are committed to working together to ensure a more diverse, welcoming and accessible game. We couldn’t be more thankful for their collaboration and like-minded vision."

Three years ago, Gary Woodland won his maiden major title at Pebble Beach when he finished three shots clear of Brooks Koepka who was denied a third consecutive US Open victory.

The west-coast course has hosted six US Opens and one PGA Championship since it was established in 1919. The first US Open held at Pebble Beach was won by Jack Nicklaus in 1972.

Here is a summary of the USGA's announcement: 2023 US Women’s Open, 2027 US Open, 2030 US Senior Women’s Open (Spyglass Hill), 2030 US Senior Open (Spyglass Hill), 2032 US Open, 2035 US Women’s Open, 2037 US Open, 2040 US Women’s Open, 2044 US Open, 2048 US Women’s Open.



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