Report: Trump National Bedminster to host 2022 PGA Championship
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Report: Trump National Bedminster to host 2022 PGA Championship


Donald Trump will finally, officially have his (men's) major championship.

The PGA of America has invited and Trump  has accepted that invitation for his Trump National Bedminster club in New Jersey to host the 2022 PGA Championship. According to a Golf Digest report, the news will be made official at a New York City news conference on Thursday.

Trump National Bedminster has already been selected as host of the 2017 U.S. Women's Open and was the home of the 2009 U.S. Junior Amateur tournaments. The club is located 6 miles from USGA headquarters in Far Hills, N.J.

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The 36-hole facility will also host a future Senior PGA Championship, according to the report.

Trump also recently completed the purchase of the Turnberry resort in Scotland, which has been host to four Open Championships, including a pair featuring Tom Watson in the 1977 Duel in the Sun with Jack Nicklaus and his historic run at age 59 before falling to Stewart Cink in a playoff.


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