Ryder Cup Returning to Minnesota in 2028

March 26, 2018 07:42 PM

The video above aired in May 2017 as Hazeltine continued its cleanup after hosting the 2016 Ryder Cup.

The Ryder Cup is coming back to Minnesota.


A tweet on the official Ryder Cup account Monday morning confirmed the announcement from the PGA of America that the event will again be held at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska in 2028.

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The event was held at the course in the fall of 2016, and saw the U.S. claim its first victory in the event since 2008.

The tweet Monday included a video featuring the gold-medal winning U.S. curling team, made up mostly of Minnesotans.

According to a release from the PGA of America, Hazeltine will become the first American course to host a second Ryder Cup.

Four English courses have hosted already hosted two or more.

PGA of America and Hazeltine National officials plan to discuss the news beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the golf course.

This fall's Ryder Cup is outside Paris, followed by Whistling Straits in Wisconsin in 2020, Rome in 2022, Bethpage on Long Island in New York in 2024 and Olympic Golf Club in San Francisco in 2032.

RELATED: Hazeltine Still Feeling Ryder Cup's Impact on Golf Course

The Associated Press contributed to this story



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