Chicago Golf Club has hosted three USGA championships over three centuries but never a U.S. Women’s Open. The USGA announced that the 2033 Women’s Open will be the USGA’s biggest tournament in women’s golf. The 2036 Walker Cup Match will be hosted by the Charles Blair Macdonald Club.
Chicago Golf Club hosted 12 USGA championships in the past, including the 2018 U.S. Senior Women’s Open. Dame Laura Davies won it. The U.S. Open (1897-1900 and 1911); U.S. Senior Amateur (1979) are other championships. Amateur (1897, 1905, 1909 and 1912); U.S. Women’s Amateur (1903); Walker Cup (1928 and 2005); U.S. Senior Amateur (1979).
Chicago Golf Club was founded in 1892. It opened the first 18-hole course of its kind in America in 1893. In 1894, it became one of five founding members clubs of the USGA.
John Bodenhamer is the chief championships officer of USGA. He stated that “America’s history and golf cannot be told without Chicago Golf Club.” We are confident that Chicago Golf Club will provide memorable moments for all golfers, and offer a chance to enjoy one of the best venues in the country.
Pebble Beach Golf Links will host the 2023 U.S. Women’s Open. The Riviera Country Club (2026), Inverness Club (2027), Oakmont Country Club (2088, 2038), Pinehurst Resort & Country Club (229), The Los Angeles Country Club (232), and Merion Golf Club (234, 246).
The 2023 Walker Cup will take place at the Old Course, St. Andrews. Cypress Point will host the 2025 edition.