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US Open venues: Past, present and future

Here is a list of every single US Open venue in the history of the event, as well as all of the ones booked in for the future…

 

The US Open is regarded as the ‘toughest test in golf’ with long firm courses, thick punishing rough and lightning-quick greens.

Since the first US Open in 1895, the tournament has been held at the very best golf courses in the States. 

Los Angeles Country Club played host to the 2023 US Open which was impressively won by Wyndham Clark by overcoming Rory McIlroy.

The event has been won by the best players ever to pick up a club such as Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Gary Player and Arnold Palmer.

Which is the best of these US Open golf venues in your opinion? Let’s take a look at all of the US Open venues:

Future US Open venues

2051 – Oakland Hills

2050 – Merion

2049 – Oakmont

2048 – Venue TBC

2047 – Pinehurst No.2

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2046 – Venue TBC

2045 – Venue TBC

2044 – Pebble Beach

2043 – Venue TBC

2042 – Oakmont

2041 – Pinehurst No.2

2040 – Venue TBC

2039 – Los Angeles Country Club

2038 – The Country Club, Brookline

2037 – Pebble Beach

2036 – Shinnecock Hills

2035 – Pinehurst No.2

2034 – Oakland Hills

2033 – Oakmont

2032 – Pebble Beach

2031 – Riviera

2030 – Merion

2029 – Pinehurst No.2

2028 – Winged Foot

2027 – Pebble Beach

2026 – Shinnecock Hills

2025 – Oakmont

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2024 – Pinehurst No.2

2023 – Los Angeles Country Club

2022 – The Country Club, Brookline

2021 – Torrey Pines

2020 – Winged Foot

2019 – Pebble Beach

2018 – Shinnecock Hills

2017 – Erin Hills

2016 – Oakmont

2015 – Chambers Bay

2014 – Pinehurst No.2

2013 – Merion Golf Club

2012 – Olympic Club

2011 – Congressional

2010 – Pebble Beach

2009 – Bethpage Black

2008 – Torrey Pines

2007 – Oakmont

2006 – Winged Foot

2005 – Pinehurst No.2

2004 – Shinnecock Hills

2003 – Olympia Fields

2002 – Bethpage Black

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2001 – Southern Hills

2000 – Pebble Beach

1999 – Pinehurst No.2

1998 – Olympic Club

1997 – Congressional

1996 – Oakland Hills

1995 – Shinnecock Hills

1994 – Oakmont

1993 – Baltusrol

1992 – Pebble Beach

1991 – Hazeltine National

1990 – Medinah

1989 – Oak Hill

1988 – The Country Club, Brookline

1987 – Olympic Club 

1986 – Shinnecock Hills

1985 – Oakland Hills

1984 – Winged Foot

1983 – Oakmont

1982 – Pebble Beach

1981 – Merion

1980 – Baltusrol

1979 – Inverness Club

1978 – Cherry Hills

1977 – Southern Hills

1976 – Atlanta Athletic Club

1975 – Medinah

1974 – Winged Foot

1973 – Oakmont

1972 – Pebble Beach

1971 – Merion

1970 – Hazeltine National

1969 – Champions

1968 – Oak Hill

1967 – Baltusrol

1966 – Olympic Club

1965 – Bellerive

1964 – Congressional

1963 – The Country Club, Brookline

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1962 – Oakmont

1961 – Oakland Hills

1960 – Cherry Hills

1959 – Winged Foot

1958 – Southern Hills

1957 – Inverness Club 

1956 – Oak Hill

1955 – Olympic Club

1954 – Baltusrol

1953 – Oakmont

1952 – Northwood Club

1951 – Oakland Hills

1950 – Merion

1949 – Medinah

1948 – Riviera

1947 – St. Louis

1946 – Canterbury

1942-45 – No tournament held

1941 – Colonial

1940 – Canterbury

1939 – Philadelphia

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1938 – Cherry Hills

1937 – Oakland Hills

1936 – Baltusrol

1935 – Oakmont

1934 – Merion

1933 – North Shore

1932 – Fresh Meadow

1931 – Inverness Club

1930 – Interlachen

1929 – Winged Foot

1928 – Olympia Fields

1927 – Oakmont

1926 – Scioto

1925 – Worcester

1924 – Oakland Hills

1923 – Inwood

1922 – Skokie

1921 – Columbia

1920 – Inverness Club

1919 – Brae Burn

1917-18 – No tournament held

1916 – The Minikahda Club

1915 – Baltusrol

1914 – Midlothian

1913 – The Country Club, Brookline

1912 – Country Club of Buffalo 

1911 – Chicago

1910 – Philadelphia

1909 – Englewood

1908 – Myopia Hunt

1907 – Philadelphia

1906 – Onwentsia Club

1905 – Myopia Hunt

1904 – Glen View

1903 – Baltusrol

1902 – Garden City

1901 – Myopia Hunt

1900 – Chicago

1899 – Baltimore

1898 – Myopia Hunt

1897 – Chicago

1896 – Shinnecock Hills

1895 – Newport

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