Felger & Mazz

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The 2023 golf season is winding down, which means it’s time to look forward to what’s ahead in the upcoming 2024 season. Below is a list of the nine major championships and their venues that will be contested among the Men’s and Women’s professional Tours in 2024. Also included in this list are the venues for the 2024 Presidents Cup and 2024 Solheim Cup, which are the major match play tournaments in professional golf in 2024!

Men’s Major Championships

The Masters – Augusta National Golf Club – April 11th-14th

The Masters - Round One

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA – APRIL 06: A general view of 16th green as the United States putts during the first round of the 2023 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 06, 2023 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

As it always does (well, except for 2020), The Masters will kick off the major season for men’s professional golf in April. Augusta National Golf Club will host The Masters for the 88th time in its history. The defending champion of the event will be Spaniard Jon Rahm, who collected his second career major victory last April with a four stroke victory over Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson.

PGA Championship – Valhalla Golf Club – May 16th-19th

Tiger Woods...

20 Aug 2000: Tiger Woods celebrates after his putt during the PGA Championship, part of the PGA Tour at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky.Mandatory Credit: Donald Miralle /Allsport

The PGA Championship will return to Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky for the first time since 2014. Rory McIlroy claimed the title at Valhalla the last time the PGA Championship was contested here as he fought off Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler, and Henrik Stenson down the stretch on Sunday. This will be the fourth time the PGA Championship will take place at Valhalla. The 2004 and 2011 Senior PGA Championships and the 2008 Ryder Cup have also been hosted here. Brooks Koepka will defend his 3rd PGA Championship title in 2024 at Valhalla.

  • U.S. Open – Pinehurst No. 2 – June 13th-16th

    2014 U.S. Open Preview Day

    PINEHURST, NC – APRIL 14: A general view of the 18th green during the 2014 U.S. Open Preview Day at Pinehurst No. 2 on April 14, 2014 in Pinehurst, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

    Much like the PGA Championship returning to Valhalla for the first time since 2014, the U.S. Open will return to Pinehurst No.2 for the first time since 2014. Pinehurst Resort boasts nine 18-hole golf courses, as well as a par-3 course. This will be the 4th time Pinehurst No. 2 will host the U.S. Open. Martin Kaymer was victorious last time around in a runaway. Wyndham Clark will be the defending U.S. Open champion in 2024.

  • The Open Championship – Royal Troon Golf Club – July 18th-21st

    145th Open Championship - Day One

    TROON, SCOTLAND – JULY 14: Chris Wood of England hits a bunker shot on the 8th during the first round on day one of the 145th Open Championship at Royal Troon on July 14, 2016 in Troon, Scotland. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

    The final men’s major championship of the year will take place at Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland. It will be the 10th time that Royal Troon will host an Open Championship. The last time it was at Royal Troon was in 2016 when Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson ran away from the rest of the field. Stenson ultimately won at 20-under-par. That was a three stroke victory over Mickelson and a 14-stroke victory over J.B. Holmes in 3rd place. Brian Harman will be the defending champion of The Open Championship in 2024.

  • The Presidents Cup – Royal Montreal Golf Club – September 26th-29th

    PGA TOUR - The Presidents Cup - Final Day

    MONTREAL – SEPTEMBER 30: The Presidents Cup trophy is displayed during the final day singles matches of The Presidents Cup on September 30, 2007, at The Royal Montreal Golf Club in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Photo by S.Greenwood/US PGA TOUR)

    The Presidents Cup will be contested for the 15th in September and for the second time it’ll take place at Royal Montreal Golf Club. The Presidents Cup is a match play tournament between the United States and the world outside of Europe. Throughout its history the USA has dominated, holding a 12-1-1 record. They will enter the 2024 tournament on a nine tournament winning streak. The last time The Presidents Cup was contested at Royal Montreal Golf Club was in 2007.

  • Women’s Major Championships

    The Chevron Championship – The Club at Carlton Woods – April 2024

    The Chevron Championship - Final Round

    THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS – APRIL 23: Lilia Vu of the United States hits her approach shot on the first hole during the final round of The Chevron Championship at The Club at Carlton Woods on April 23, 2023 in The Woodlands, Texas. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

    The Chevron Championship moved from California to Texas last year and will continue to be there for the foreseeable future. The Club at Carlton Woods played host to the tournament for the first time last season and saw Lilia Vu come out on top. She will defend her title in April of 2024.

  • Women’s PGA Championship – Sahalee Country Club – May 30th-June 2nd

    KPMG Women's PGA Championship - Final Round

    SAMMAMISH, WA – JUNE 12: A general view of the 18th green during the final round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at the Sahalee Country Club on June 12, 2016 in Sammamish, Washington. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images for KPMG)

    Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Washington will play host to its first Women’s PGA Championship in 2024. Sahale has hosted just one other major championship in its history, which was the 1998 PGA Championship. Ruoning Yin will be the defending champion at the Women’s PGA Championship in 2024.

  • U.S. Women’s Open – Lancaster Country Club – June 20th-23rd

    The U.S. Women’s Open will return to Lancaster Country Club in Lancaster, PA for the first time since 2015. It’ll be the second time that Lancaster Country Club has hosted the tournament. Allisen Corpuz will be the defending champion in 2024. 

  • The Evian Championship – Evian Resort Golf Club – July 11th-14th

    Amundi Evian Championship - Final Round

    EVIAN-LES-BAINS, FRANCE – JULY 30: Jin Young Ko of South Korea tees off on the 5th hole during the Final Round of the Amundi Evian Championship at Evian Resort Golf Club on July 30, 2023 in Evian-les-Bains, France. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

    The 2024 edition of The Evian Championship will be the 31st in the tournament’s history. It is held annually at the Evian Resort Golf Club in Evian-Les-Bains in France. Celine Boutier took home the title in her home country in 2023 and will defend her crown in 2024. 

  • The Women’s Open – Old Course at St. Andrews – August 22nd-25th

    Swilken Bridge

    Nov 1997: General view of the Swilken Bridge on the 18th hole of the Old Course at St Andrews in Fife, Scotland. Mandatory Credit: Paul Severn /Allsport

    The Women’s Open will head to the birthplace of golf in 2024! The 2024 tournament will be the third edition at St. Andrew’s and the first since 2013 when American golfer Stacy Lewis won the title. Another American golfer will be defending her title this time around as Lilia Vu will look to defend her title.


  • The Solheim Cup – Robert Trent Jones Golf Club – September 13th-15th

    The Solheim Cup - Preview Day Two

    CASARES, SPAIN – SEPTEMBER 19: Stacy Lewis, captain of team USA and Suzann Pettersen, captain of team Europe pose with the Solheim Cup trophy during the official photocall prior to the The Solheim Cup at Finca Cortesin Golf Club on September 19, 2023 in Casares, Spain. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

    The Solheim Cup will be contested for the second year in a row in order to get it off the same cycle of the Ryder Cup. The Solheim Cup features 12 American women vs 12 women of Europe in a match play tournament. The Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia will play host to the 19th edition of the tournament. The Robert Trent Jones Golf Club has hosted four Presidents Cups in its history. Team Europe will enter the 2024 Solheim Cup as the “Keepers of the Cup” as they didn’t win it in 2023, they only retained it. 

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