Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C., will host the 2021 Presidents Cup, the PGA Tour announced Wednesday.
The club is already host to the Wells Fargo Championship, typically one of the stronger fields of the year on the PGA Tour. It's also slated to host the 2017 PGA Championship.
Quail Hollow will become the fifth U.S. club to host the biennial matches between the United States and the Internationals, whose players come from all countries outside of Europe. The U.S. has only lost one of 10 matches in the series, in 1998 at Royal Melbourne. The teams tied in 2003 in South Africa.
The Presidents Cup will be played this year at the Jack Nicklaus G.C. in Incheon City, South Korea.
Future Presidents Cup sites
2015: Jack Nicklaus G.C., Incheon City, South Korea
2017: Liberty National G.C., Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
2019: TBD (International)
2021: Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, N.C., USA
2023: TBD (International)
2025: TPC Harding Park, San Francisco, Calif., USA