The PGA of America has announced that Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland, will host eight of its championships over the next two decades, including the 2036 Ryder Cup.
As well as staging the biennial event between Europe and the United States, Congressional will play host to the 2031 US PGA, the KPMG Women's PGA Championship in 2022 and 2027 and the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship in 2025 and 2033.
The PGA Professional Championship (2029) and the Junior PGA Championship (2024) will also be held on Congressional's Blue Course, where Rory McIlroy won his first major title in the 2011 US Open.
"This partnership with Congressional Country Club and its membership is monumental in scope and stature, and we are excited to showcase the range of championships and events that the PGA of America has to offer," PGA of America Interim chief executive John Easterbrook said.
"We're also looking forward to building a lasting relationship with the legions of knowledgeable golf fans from Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia and believe they will enjoy their time with us and marvel at the talents we will bring to Congressional in the coming years."