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Golf Ryder Cup Venues

Here is the venues of the Ryder Cup, past and future venues. The location of the tournament alternates between the USA and Europe.

Venues List

Edition Year Location Course
51st 2037 Bethesda, Maryland Congressional Country Club
50th 2035 ?  
49th 2033 San Francisco, California The Olympic Club
48th 2031 ?  
47th 2029 Chaska, Minnesota Hazeltine National Golf Club
46th 2027 County Limerick, Republic of Ireland Adare Manor Adare
45th 2025 Farmingdale, New York Bethpage Black Course
44th 2023 Rome, Italy Marco Simone Golf and Country Club
43rd 2021 Wisconsin, United States Whistling Straits, Haven
42nd 2018 France, Europe Le Golf National, le-de-France
41st 2016 Minnesota, United States Hazeltine National Golf Club, Carver County
40th 2014 Scotland Europe Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire
39th 2012 Illinois United States Medinah Country Club(No. 3), DuPage County
38th 2010 Wales Europe Celtic Manor Resort, Newport
37th 2008 Kentucky United States Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville
36th 2006 Ireland Europe K Club, County Kildare
35th 2004 Michigan United States Oakland Hills Country Club, Birmingham, MI
34th 2002 England Europe The Belfry, Warwickshire
33rd 1999 Massachusetts United States The Country Club(Brookline), Norfolk County
32nd 1997 Spain Europe Valderrama Golf Club, Andalusia
31st 1995 New York United States Oak Hill Country Club, Monroe County
30th 1993 England Europe The Belfry, Warwickshire
29th 1991 South Carolina United States Kiawah Island Golf Resort, Charleston County
28th 1989 England Europe The Belfry, Warwickshire
27th 1987 Ohio United States Muirfield Village, Franklin County
26th 1985 England Europe The Belfry, Warwickshire
25th 1983 Florida United States PGA National Golf Club, Palm Beach County
24th 1981 England Europe Walton Heath Golf Club, Surrey
23rd 1979 West Virginia United States The Greenbrier, Greenbrier County
22nd 1977 England GB & Ireland Royal Lytham & St Annes, Lancashire
21st 1975 Pennsylvania United States Laurel Valley Golf Club, Westmoreland County
20th 1973 Scotland GB & Ireland Muirfield, East Lothian
19th 1971 Missouri United States Old Warson Country Club, St. Louis
18th 1969 England Great Britain Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Merseyside
17th 1967 Texas United States Champions Golf Club, Houston
16th 1965 England Great Britain Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Merseyside
15th 1963 Georgia United States Atlanta Athletic Club, Atlanta
14th 1961 England Great Britain Royal Lytham & St Annes, Lancashire
13th 1959 California United States Eldorado Country Club Indian Wells
12th 1957 England Great Britain Lindrick Golf Club, Nottinghamshire
11th 1955 California United States Thunderbird Country Club, Riverside County
10th 1953 England Great Britain Wentworth Club, Surrey
9th 1951 North Carolina United States Pinehurst Resort(No. 2), Moore County
8th 1949 England Great Britain Ganton Golf Club; Yorkshire
7th 1947 Oregon United States Portland Golf Club, Portland
6th 1937 England Great Britain Southport and Ainsdale Golf Club, Merseyside
5th 1935 New Jersey United States Ridgewood Country Club, Bergen County
4th 1933 England Great Britain Southport and Ainsdale Golf Club, Merseyside
3rd 1931 Ohio United States Scioto Country Club, Upper Arlington
2nd 1929 England Great Britain Moortown Golf Club, Yorkshire
1st 1927 Massachusetts United States Worcester Country Club, Worcester County

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