The PGA of America has announced that Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn., will host the 47th Ryder Cup in 2028. The announcement comes 18 months after the club hosted its first Ryder Cup.
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Hazeltine has a long history of hosting championships like the U.S. Open (1970 and 1991) and the PGA Championship (2002 and 2009), but it will now also be remembered as the first American venue to host two Ryder Cups.
The U.S. defeated Europe, 17-11, in a landslide victory in 2016. This year’s competition is at Le Golf National outside Paris, which will be followed by Whistling Straits in Wisconsin (2020), Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in Rome (2022), Bethpage Black in New York (2024), Hazeltine (2028) and the Olympic Club in California (2032).