A closer look at the interesting line-up of courses set to host future PGA Championships

In the next decade, the PGA will continue to return to familiar host sites – notably Quail Hollow in 2025, Baltusrol in 2029 and Kiawah Island’s Ocean course in 2031 – but also will visit courses last seen on the men’s side when they hosted the US Open, including San Francisco’s Olympic Club and Congressional, located just outside Washington, DC.


La Costa remake puts historic course back in spotlight

CARLSBAD, Calif. — Over nearly four decades on the PGA Tour, outside of the four major championships, the La Costa Resort & Spa was one of the most sought after destinations for every player. In the 1960s through 1990s, be you Palmer, Nicklaus, Watson or Woods, you could only reach San Diego’s northern coastal enclave Read more…

Discover the brighter, bolder Cape Club of Palm City

The first thing one notices at the Cape Club of Palm City is that there isn’t a starter—and that’s a good sign. At this completely reimagined club that sits just off I-95 along Florida’s Treasure Coast, members have open access to the first tee. The three-hour round is alive and thriving. The Cape Club of Read more…

Merion awarded a third future US Open

The USGA announced Merion will be on a 10-year cadence as US Open host, with the championship set to return in 2040 as well as 2030 and 2050.