Report: Olympic Club in San Francisco to host 2032 Ryder Cup

California to stage biennial golf competition for first time since 1959.

Report: Olympic Club in San Francisco to host 2032 Ryder Cup

The Olympic Club in San Francisco will host the 2032 Ryder Cup, according to a report by the San Francisco Chronicle.

It will be the first time the Californian sports club has hosted the biennial golf match, which sees the best players from the USA take on their European counterparts.

The Olympic Club is also set to host the US PGA Championship, one of men’s golf’s four majors, for the first time in 2028, with a formal decision expected on Wednesday.

The club has hosted five US Open championships, most recently in 2012. The Chronicle reports that the United States Golf Association (UGSA), the governing body for US golf, offered the 2027 US Open to the Olympic Club, but talks stalled and Pebble Beach, California, will host the event instead.

The Ryder Cup has been to California just once, in Palm Springs in 1959.

The next two Ryder Cup venues in the US have been announced as Whistling Straits, Wisconsin in 2020, and Bethpage Black, New York in 2024.