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US Open future venues through 2051

The Country Club of Brookline, Massachusetts, is now in the rearview mirror.

Next up is a return trip to the West Coast in the Golden State in 2023.

Down the road: trips to Pinehurst, Oakmont and Shinnecock.

Pinehurst in particular will be more of a fixture in the national championship going forward. In announcing its anchor site strategy, the USGA confirmed that future US Opens will be held there in 2024, 2029, 2035, 2041 and 2047.

Additionally, the USGA said Oakmont, the famous course near Pittsburgh, will be a second “anchor site” for future national championships. The course, already set to host the US Open in 2025, has been given dates in 2034, 2042 and 2049.

There are US Opens scheduled until 2051, although each year until then does not yet have an exact location or dates.

Go to usopen.com for more information.

2023

The Los Angeles country club. Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

The Los Angeles Country Club

In 2023, the US Open will return to the West Coast at Los Angeles Country Club’s North Course, June 15-18. The 2017 Walker Cup match actually set the stage for the course hosting its first-ever US Open. The club has previously hosted the 1930 USA Women’s Amateur and the 1954 USA Junior Amateur. The course underwent a complete renovation by Gil Hanse in 2010.

2024

Pinehurst No. 2 Pinehurst #2 in North Carolina (Courtesy of Pinehurst)

Pinehurst No. 2

Pinehurst, North Carolina

Course n° 2 will host from June 13th to 16th. Donald Ross built the course in 1907. This will be the fourth time the US Open has been played here. Pinehurst will be recently announced as an “anchor” host site by the USGA and has already planned to host four more US Opens from 2024 to 2047: 2029, 2035, 2041 and 2047. Payne Stewart made a memorable 18 putt feet in 1999 to edge out Phil Mickelson. Michael Campbell won there in 2005, while Martin Kaymer won it in 2014.

2025

Oakmont Country Club The church pew bunkers at Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pennsylvania. Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

Oakmont Country Club

Oakmont, Pennsylvania

Oakmont will host the 2025 US Open, June 12-15. The 125th US Open will also be the 10th at Oakmont, where Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller and most recently Dustin Johnson in 2016 are among the champions. Tommy Armor won the first US Open at Oakmont in 1927.

2026

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club Shinnecock Hills in New York. Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

Southampton, NY

Shinnecock will host the US Open from June 18-21, 2026 for the sixth time. James Foulis won the first at Shinnecock in 1896. Other winners include Raymond Floyed (1986), Corey Pavin (1995), Retief Goosen (2004) and Brooks Koepka (2018). The USGA had already awarded the US Open 2026 before the 2018 edition.

2027

pebble beach The 17th hole at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California. Photo courtesy of Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach Golf Links

Pebble Beach, California

Pebble Beach will host its seventh US Open from June 17-20, 2027. Jack Nicklaus won the first there in 1972. Tom Watson won a memorable US Open in 1982. Tiger Woods routed the field in 2000.

2030, 2050

Golf of Merion Justin Rose during his 2013 US Open victory at Merion Golf Club.

Golf of Merion

ardmore, pennsylvania

Merion was host when Justin Rose won the 2013 US Open. The national championship will return in 2030, then 20 years later in 2050. Merion has also won two US Women’s Opens (2034, 2046) as well as the 2022 Curtis Cup and the US Amateur 2026.

2034, 2051

Championship Golf Club in Bloomfield, MI

Oakland Hills Country Club

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICHIGAN

Oakland Hills has hosted 11 USGA championships in its history, including six US Opens. The event’s return in 2034 will celebrate the club’s 110-year history with the USGA. Oakland Hills will become the fifth club to have hosted a US Open, US Women’s Open, US Amateur and US Women’s Amateur, while Pebble Beach will do the same in 2023.

2042, 2049

American amateur 2021 Austin Greaser tees off on the 12th hole during the 2021 US Amateur final match at Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pennsylvania on Sunday, August 15, 2021. (Chris Keane/USGA)

Oakmont Country Club

Oakmont, Pennsylvania

During the week it hosted the 121st US Amateur, the USGA announced Oakmont as a “second anchor” venue and awarded the venue three future US Opens in 2034, 2042 and 2049. The iconic course was to already hosting the 2025 US Open. The USGA also says Oakmont will host the US Women’s Open in 2028 and 2038, the Walker Cup in 2033 and the US Women’s Amateur in 2046.

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