U.S. Women's Open Golf Courses: Future and Past Sites

Pebble Beach golf course

Which golf courses have been the site of the U.S. Women's Open golf tournament in years past? Which golf courses are on the schedule to host the tournament in the future? Below are the lists of U.S. Women's Open sites, past and future.

The U.S. Women's Open is the biggest tournament in women's professional golf. It is run by the United States Golf Association, and the USGA selects the golf courses where the tournament is played. (Related: List of U.S. Women's Open winners)

Future Sites of the U.S. Women's Open

2022 — Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club, Southern Pines, North Carolina
2023 — Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, California
2024 — Lancaster Country Club, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
2025 — Erin Hills, Erin, Wisconsin
2027 — Inverness Club, Toledo, Ohio
2028 — Oakmont Country Club, Oakmont, Pennsylvania
2034 — Merion Golf Club, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
2038 — Oakmont Country Club, Oakmont, Pennsylvania
2046 — Merion Golf Club, Ardmore, Pennsylvania

Previous U.S. Women's Open Golf Courses

2021 — Olympic Club (Lake Course), San Francisco, California
2020 — Champions Golf Club, Houston, Texas
2019 — Country Club of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
2018 — Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club, Shoal Creek, Alabama
2017 — Trump National Golf Club, Bedminster, New Jersey
2016 — CordeValle Golf Club, San Martin, California
2015 — Lancaster Country Club, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
2014 — Pinehurst No. 2 Course, Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina
2013 — Sebonack Golf Club, Southampton, New York
2012 — Blackwolf Run Golf Club (Composite Course), Kohler, Wisconsin
2011 — The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Colorado
2010 — Oakmont Country Club, Oakmont, Pennsylvania
2009 — Saucon Valley Country Club, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
2008 — Interlachen Country Club, Edina, Minnesota
2007 — Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club, Southern Pines, North Carolina
2006 — Newport Country Club, Newport, Rhode Island
2005 — Cherry Hills Country Club, Cherry Hills Village, Colorado
2004 — Orchards Golf Club, South Hadley, Massachusetts
2003 — Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club (Witch Hollow Course), North Plains, Oregon
2002 — Prairie Dunes Country Club, Hutchinson, Kansas
2001 — Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club, Southern Pines, North Carolina
2000 — The Merit Club, Gurnee, Illinois
1999 — Old Waverly Golf Club, West Point, Mississippi
1998 — Blackwolf Run Golf Club (Composite Course), Kohler, Wisconsin
1997 — Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club (Witch Hollow Course), North Plains, Oregon
1996 — Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club, Southern Pines, North Carolina
1995 — Broadmoor Golf Club (East Course) Colorado Springs, Colorado
1994 — Indianwood Golf & Country Club (Old Course), Lake Orion, Michigan
1993 — Crooked Stick Golf Club, Carmel, Indiana
1992 — Oakmont Country Club, Oakmont, Pennsylvania
1991 — Colonial Country Club, Fort Worth, Texas
1990 — Atlanta Athletic Club (Riverside Course), Duluth, Georgia
1989 — Indianwood Golf & Country Club (Old Course), Lake Orion, Michigan
1988 — Baltimore Country Club (Five Farms, East Course), Baltimore, Maryland
1987 — Plainfield Country Club, Plainfield, New Jersey
1986 — NCR Country Club (South Course), Kettering, Ohio
1985 — Baltusrol Golf Club (Upper Course), Springfield, New Jersey
1984 — Salem Country Club, Peabody, Massachusetts
1983 — Cedar Ridge Country Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma
1982 — Del Paso Country Club, Sacramento, California
1981 — La Grange Country Club, La Grange, Illinois
1980 — Richland Country Club, Nashville, Tennessee
1979 — Brooklawn Country Club, Fairfield, Connecticut
1978 — Country Club of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana
1977 — Hazeltine National Golf Club, Chaska, Minnesota
1976 — Rolling Green Golf Club, Springfield, Pennsylvania
1975 — Atlantic City Country Club, Northfield, New Jersey
1974 — La Grange Country Club, La Grange, Illinois
1973 — Country Club of Rochester, Rochester, New York
1972 — Winged Foot Golf Club (East Course), Mamaroneck, New York
1971 — Kahkwa Club, Erie, Pennsylvania
1970 — Muskogee Country Club, Muskogee, Oklahoma
1969 — Scenic Hills Country Club, Pensacola, Florida
1968 — Moselem Springs Golf Club, Fleetwood, Pennsylvania
1967 — Virginia Hot Springs Golf & Tennis Club (Cascades Course), Hot Springs, Virginia
1966 — Hazeltine National Golf Club, Chaska, Minnesota
1965 — Atlantic City Country Club, Northfield, New Jersey
1964 — San Diego Country Club, Chula Vista, California
1963 — Kenwood Country Club, Cincinnati, Ohio
1962 — Dunes Golf & Beach Club, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
1961 — Baltusrol Golf Club (Lower Course), Springfield, New Jersey
1960 — Worcester Country Club, Worcester, Massachusetts
1959 — Churchill Valley Country Club, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1958 — Forest Lake Country Club, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
1957 — Winged Foot Golf Club (East Course), Mamaroneck, New York
1956 — Northland Country Club, Duluth, Minnesota
1955 — Wichita Country Club, Wichita, Kansas
1954 — Salem Country Club, Peabody, Massachusetts
1953 — Country Club of Rochester, Rochester, New York
1952 — Bala Golf Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1951 — Druid Hills Golf Club, Atlanta, Georgia
1950 — Rolling Hills Country Club, Wichita, Kansas
1949 — Prince Georges Golf & Country Club, Landover, Maryland
1948 — Atlantic City Country Club, Northfield, New Jersey
1947 — Starmount Forest Country Club, Greensboro, North Carolina
1946 — Spokane Country Club, Spokane, Washington

Most-Used Golf Courses

Only two golf courses have been the site of the U.S. Women's Open more than twice:
  • Atlantic City Country Club in 1948, 1965, 1975
  • Pine Needles Lodge & Country Club in 1996, 2001, 2007
Pine Needles is the site again in 2022, when it will become the first four-time host site of the tournament.

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