Ryder Cup 'heading to San Francisco in 2032'
The Olympic Club in San Francisco in California, USA is to host golf’s Ryder Cup in 2032, it has been reported.
The historic venue will also stage the 2028 US PGA Championship, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
The PGA of America has yet to confirm the awarding of the events, but is expected to do so at a news conference next Wednesday.
The Olympic Club, which has staged golf for a century, has never hosted the Ryder Cup, the biennial contest between professional teams representing USA and Europe, and indeed the event has not been held in California since the 1959 edition at Eldorado Country Club in Indian Wells.
The club has hosted five US Opens, most recently in 2012, but no previous PGA Championships.
The 2018 Ryder Cup takes place at Le Golf National near the French capital Paris next year, and the next two editions in USA will be at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin in 2020 and at Bethpage Black in New York in 2024.
A US host for the 2028 Ryder Cup has yet to be announced.