Oakland Hills will host U.S. Women’s Open in 2031 and 2042

The U.S. Golf Association announced Friday that Oakland Hills Country Club will host the 2031 and 2042 U.S. Women’s Open.

The venerable club in Bloomfield Township was among five future sites announced for the women’s national championship, including Inverness Club in Toledo.

Oakland Hills is still vying to host its first U.S. Open since 1996. The next available date for the U.S. Open is 2028.

Looking at the clubhouse from the ninth green at Oakland Hills Country Club's South Course in Bloomfield Township on Thursday, July 8, 2021.

“This is truly a banner day for Oakland Hills Country Club as we proudly say we’ll be the site of the 2031 and 2042 U.S. Women’s Open Championships,” club president Rick Palmer said in a released statement. “We have added to our heritage and our long-standing relationship with the USGA with this great news. We are also pleased it has come so soon after we re-opened our restored and iconic South Course. It’s a momentous time for Oakland Hills.”

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