Oakmont Country Club has proven to be one of the toughest courses on the PGA Tour and it has taken its toll on the 2016 US Open field this year. Golfers will have to endure the course at least one more time in the next decade as it was announced to host the event in 2025.
The sites through 2024 had already been determined, but on Saturday USGA President Diana Murphy announced the next two sites for 2025 and 2026 in an interview with FOX Sports’ Joe Buck.
Shinnecock Hills, which will host the 2018 event, was awarded the event in 2026. The next ten events look like this:
2017 – Erin Hills
2018 – Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
2019 – Pebble Beach Golf Links
2020 – Winged Foot Golf Club
2021 – Torrey Pines Golf Course
2022 – The Country Club
2023 – Los Angeles Country Club
2024 – Pinehurst Resort & Country Club
2025 – Oakmont Country Club
2026 – Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
Oakmont already has hosted more US Open events in the past and in 2025, it will be their tenth. Dustin Johnson currently leads the field with a -4 score and it should be an exciting end to the event.
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