Where is the next Ryder Cup in 2025 going to be played?
No sooner does one edition come to an end than thoughts turn to the next, and we’re already pondering what we can expect in two years.
The Ryder Cup, the pinnacle of team golf, has a storied history dating back to its inception in 1927. Every two years, the best golfers from Europe and the United States converge in a battle of skill, strategy, and sheer determination. As the curtain comes down on 2023 in Rome, eyes turn to the next edition as we hop back across the Atlantic. In 2025, golf fans, and those that can’t get enough of this special sporting rivalry, need look no further than Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, New York.
Bethpage Black: USA’s next Ryder Cup home
Nestled within the lush expanse of Bethpage State Park, the Black Course stands as a testament to golfing excellence. Designed by the renowned golf course architect A.W. Tillinghast, this masterpiece of a layout opened its fairways to golfers in 1936. Its history intertwines with that of The PGA of America, as Tillinghast himself was a guest at a pivotal exploratory meeting in January 1916.
Now, in 2025, Bethpage Black will etch a new chapter in its illustrious history as it hosts the Ryder Cup for the very first time. It joins the esteemed Oak Hill Country Club as the only courses in New York to have the honor of hosting this prestigious tournament.
How to get ticket information for 2025 Ryder Cup
For those eager to witness the Ryder Cup action at Bethpage Black in 2025, ticket information is available at the official Ryder Cup website (https://www.rydercup.com/2025/tickets). Be sure to secure your spot at this historic event, as the clash of titans on this iconic course promises to be nothing short of legendary.
Looking Ahead: Ryder Cup’s Future Hosts
Beyond 2025, the Ryder Cup continues its journey across the globe, showcasing some of the finest golfing destinations. In 2027, the event returns to Ireland as Adare Manor, nestled in County Limerick, takes center stage. This five-star resort follows in the footsteps of other remarkable venues such as Whistling Straits in Wisconsin (2021), Marco Simone in Italy (2023), and the aforementioned Bethpage Black.
For Ireland, this will mark the second time hosting the Ryder Cup, two decades after The K Club hosted the tournament in 2006.
In 2029, Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota, will make history as the first American venue to host a second Ryder Cup. Designed by the eminent Robert Trent Jones and enhanced by his son, Rees Jones, Hazeltine National Golf Club offers a par-72 layout that seamlessly blends the natural beauty of rolling hills, lakes, mature woods, and prairies of the Upper Midwest. It consistently ranks among America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses.
Looking further into the future, the 2033 Ryder Cup is set to be held at The Olympic Club in San Francisco.
Ryder Cups 2025 and beyond
2025: Bethpage Black - Farmingdale, New York, USA
2027: Adare Manor - County Limerick, Ireland
2029: Hazeltine National Golf Club - Chaska, Minnesota, USA
2031: European venue (Exact location to be determined)
2033: The Olympic Club - San Francisco, California, USA
2035: European venue (Exact location to be determined)