The PGA of America announced that The Olympic Club in San Francisco has been confirmed as the venue for the Ryder Cup in 2032, and will also stage the PGA Championship in 2028.
The historic California course, which has played host to the US Open five times in it's history, last staged a major championship in 2012 - when Webb Simpson won his first US Open title by a solitary shot over Graeme McDowell and Michael Thompson.
"This is a special moment for our association," said PGA of America president Paul Levy. "We're excited to showcase The Olympic Club and its Lake Course, and combine them with many tastes, sights and sounds that make San Francisco and the Bay Area so distinct."
Olympic Club president Dan Dillon added: "Our membership is elated to host the PGA Championship and the Ryder Cup, two more gems that add to the rich multi-sport history of America's oldest athletic club."
"Our collective anticipation for these signature events has already begun as we look forward to again welcoming golf's finest players to the famed Lake Course."
This news means that the Ryder Cup will be hosted on the west coast of the United States for the first time since it was played at Eldorado, Indian Wells, in1959, when Sam Snead's team gained a five-point victory over Great Britain and Ireland. It was also the last time the format consisted of 4 36-hole foursomes and 8 36-hole singles matches.
PGA CHAMPIONSHIP FUTURE VENUES
2018 Bellerive Country Club, St. Louis
2019 Bethpage Black, Farmingdale, New York
2020 TPC Harding Park, San Francisco
2021 The Ocean Course, Kiawah Island (S.C.) Golf Resort
2022 Trump National Golf Club, Bedminster, New Jersey
2023 Oak Hill Country Club, Rochester, New York
2028 The Olympic Club, San Francisco, California
2024-30* Southern Hills Country Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
RYDER CUP FUTURE VENUES
2018 LE Golf National, France
2020 Whistling Straits, Wisconsin
2022 Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, Italy
2024 Bethpage Black, New York
2032 The Olympic Club, San Francisco