The PGA of America has announced that Valhalla Golf Club will host the 2024 PGA Championship.
Although the exact dates have not yet been set, the 106th edition of the major golf tournament will take place in May 2024, and will mark the fourth time that the historic Kentucky course has staged the event. The agreement will also see Valhalla host the 2018 Boys Junior PGA Championship.
The PGA Championship was last held at Valhalla in 2014, when Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy won his second title by a single shot.
The news follows Tuesday’s announcement that Philadelphia’s Aronimink Golf Club will stage the 2027 PGA Championship, which means that venues are in place for nine of the next 11 years, with the sites for 2025 and 2026 still to be decided.
“We’re always proud to return the PGA Championship to Valhalla and the city of Louisville,” said Paul Levy, president of the PGA of America. “In the last 30 or so years, Valhalla has hosted an abundance of historical moments penned by some of the game’s greatest champions. It’s been a remarkable run and we’re anxious to experience just what Valhalla’s next chapter has in store.”