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US Women’s Open venues: Past, present and future

Which venues have hosted the US Women’s Open and which ones are booked in to host in future years?

 

The US Women’s Open is one of five majors in the women’s game, and the longest running of those five major championships.

It all began back in 1946, when Patty Berg was the victor in the only match play edition of the tournament, held at Spokane. The most recent staging saw Allisen Corpuz win her first major title at Pebble Beach.

Much like the venues for the US Open, the US Women’s Open has been held at the best courses the United States has to offer.

Take a look below at every course to have hosted the US Women’s Open and all of the future host venues for the tournament:

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Future US Women’s Open venues

2025 – Erin Hills

2026 – Riviera CC

2027 – Inverness Club

2028 – Oakmont CC

2029 – Pinehurst No 2

2030 – Interlachen

2031 – Oakland Hills

2032 – Los Angeles CC

2033 – Chicago

2034 – Merion

2035 – Pebble Beach

2036 – Shinnecock Hills

2037 – Venue TBD

2038 – Oakmont

2039 – Venue TBD

2040 – Pebble Beach

2041 – Venue TBD

2042 – Oakland Hills

2043 – Venue TBD

2044 – Venue TBD

2045 – Brookline

2046 – Merion

2047 – Venue TBD

2048 – Pebble Beach

US Women’s Open venues by year

2024 – Lancaster

2023 – Pebble Beach

2022 – Pine Needles

2021 – Olympic Club (Lake Course)

2020 – Champions

2019 – Charleston

2018 – Shoal Creek

2017 – Trump National

2016 – CordeValle

2015 – Lancaster

2014 – Pinehurst No 2

2013 – Sebonack

2012 – Blackwolf Run

2011 – Broadmoor (East Course)

2010 – Oakmont

2009 – Saucon Valley

2008 – Interlachen

2007 – Pine Needles

2006 – Newport

2005 – Cherry Hills

2004 – The Orchards

2003 – Pumpkin Ridge (Witch Hollow Course)

2002 – Prairie Dunes

2001 – Pine Needles

2000 – Merit Club

1999 – Old Waverly

1998 – Blackwolf Run

1997 – Pumpkin Ridge (Witch Hollow Course)

1996 – Pine Needles

1995 – Broadmoor (East Course)

1994 – Indianwood (Old Course)

1993 – Crooked Stick

1992 – Oakmont

Oakmont clubhouse future US Women's Open venues

1991 – Colonial

1990 – Atlanta Athletic Club (Riverside Course)

1989 – Indianwood (Old Course)

1988 – Baltimore (East Course)

1987 – Plainfield

1986 – NCR

1985 – Baltusrol (Upper Course)

1984 – Salem

1983 – Cedar Ridge

1982 – Del Paso

1981 – La Grange

1980 – Richland

1979 – Brooklawn

1978 – Indianapolis

1977 – Hazeltine National

1976 – Rolling Green

1975 – Atlantic City

1974 – La Grange

1973 – Rochester

1972 – Winged Foot (East Course)

1971 – Kahkwa Club

1970 – Muskogee

1969 – Scenic Hills

1968 – Moselem Springs

1967 – The Homestead

1966 – Hazeltine National

1965 – Atlantic City

1964 – San Diego

1963 – Kenwood

1962 – Dunes

1961 – Baltusrol (Lower Course)

1960 – Worcester

1959 – Churchill Valley

1958 – Forest Lake

1957 – Winged Foot (East Course)

1956 – Northland

1955 – Wichita

1954 – Salem

1953 – Rochester

1952 – Bala

1951 – Druid Hills

1950 – Rolling Hills

1949 – Prince George’s

1948 – Atlantic City

1947 – Starmount Forest

1946 – Spokane

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Matt Coles

Matt Coles

Mention a European country, and Matt will tell you which resorts make the National Club Golfer Top 100s: European Resorts list. He might even throw in who designed the golf course and how many rooms the hotel has got at each one…

Matt got into the game of golf from a young age, following his old man to the local golf club. He fell for the sport, and now can’t seem to go a day without thinking about how to improve his game (Thanks Dad!). Matt has been a member of Howley Hall GC in Leeds since 2020, and is just about managing to maintain a single-figure handicap. He likes to remind people that he once broke 75, but won’t tell people that it was on a shortened course during the winter.

He moved to Leeds after graduating from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class Honours degree in Sports Journalism. Matt joined NCG after almost five years travelling the world with the Professional Squash Association, working on events in all four corners of the globe.

Matt currently plays a Cobra King LTDx driver and RadSpeed 3-wood. TaylorMade monopolise the rest of his bag, with a SIM UDI, M5 irons and both Milled Grind and HI-TOE wedges, along with a Monza Redline putter. He uses a Vice Pro Plus golf ball, because he’s a bit different…

Away from golf, Matt is a Manchester United fan, and a keen runner, having ran the Rob Burrow Leeds Marathon (his first and possibly last), in May 2023.

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