Ryder Cup to return to Hazeltine National in 2028


The 2028 Ryder Cup will be returning to the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota, organizers announced Monday.

The competition returns to the venue where the United States beat Europe 17-11 in 2016 and Hazeltine will become the first American venue to host a second Ryder Cup.

The US dominated the final-day singles to beat Europe 17-11.

The tournament rotates between stops in the USA and Europe, with four English courses hosting multiple Ryder Cups. The proclamation was made in an awesome social media post, with help from the gold medal-winning U.S. Men's Curling Team. The US now has hosting rights to four editions of the tournament secured - the country will stage the 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits, Wisconsin, as well as the 2024 event in Bethpage Black, New York.

Hazeltine club President Bob Fafinski described the choice as a "testament" to the Minnesota golf community today.

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It will then be held at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin in 2020, Marco Simone in Rome in 2022, and Bethpage Black in NY in 2024.

According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, however, it wasn't necessarily that victory in a week of flawless fall weather that lured the PGA of America to return to the Minneapolis-St.

This year's Ryder Cup will be held at Le Golf National outside Paris, and is due to get underway on 28th September.

The Belfry in England remains the most popular Ryder Cup venue after playing host four times, but not since 2002.