The USGA’s upcoming championships at The Country Club have something for everyone. The USGA announced on Thursday that Brookline’s historic Country Club will host four championships in the future: the 2030 U.S. The governing body of golf announced on Thursday that the historic club in Brookline, Massachusetts will host four upcoming championships: 2030 U.S. Girls’ Junior, 2034 U.S.
Merion has hosted 18 USGA championships. The Country Club is second with 17. The Country Club hosted the U.S. Open in 2009, nine years after England’s Matt Fitzpatrick had won the U.S. There is an amateur there.
In 2038, the U.S. Open will celebrate the 125th Anniversary of Francis Ouimet’s famous win. Ouimet was the first amateur ever to win the U.S. Open.
The Country Club, founded in 1882 was one of the five founding members clubs of USGA. Its first national championship was the 1902 U.S. Women’s Amateur. Six U.S. Other USGA championships played at the club include six U.S. Junior Amateur. The club also hosted the Ryder Cup in 1999.
The first U.S. Women’s Open in 2045 will be held at The Country Club. Allisen Corpuz was the winner of the first USWO held at Pebble Beach.