Future U.S. Open venues through 2030: confirmed and speculative
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Future U.S. Open venues through 2030: confirmed and speculative


As we get ready for the 2018 US Open at Shinnecock Hills in New York, the USGA has already settled up future US Open venues and sites through 2027.

The US Open has future sites through 2027, with Pebble Beach Golf Links getting the nod in its now-expected 8-10 year range of serving again as a US Open venue.

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However, even though we know sites for the 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027 US Opens, we can use our crystal ball to look to future US Open sites all the way through 2030.

Future US Open venues announced

Potential future US Open sites

2028/2029 -- Congressional or Merion: It might be a really cool thing for the USGA to decide to have consecutive Opens in a patriotic location. Between the two, Merion makes the most sense for 2026. After all, this country was formed in Philadelphia. Congressional could lose that coin flip with Merion, but hopefully would not flop as a venue for a second-consecutive time.

2028 -- TPC Sawgrass: There is no basis in fact, hell, even fiction, for this, but the U.S. Open has never been hosted in Florida. (For good reason, have you been in Florida in June?) What better place to host it than the site Tiger Woods won his first U.S. Amateur 35 years prior?

2029 -- The Olympic Club: This is a pure guess based on slotting for the championship. With the east coast being such an obvious choice for the '26 Open, it would only make sense to go cross-country for the '27 Open. Olympic Club is as good as anywhere.

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