The U.S. Women’s Amateur is one of the oldest U.S. Golf Association championships and the first major golf tournament for women in the country.
Starting in 1895, it’s the third-oldest USGA championship, just behind the U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open. The top female amateurs in the world vie for the Robert Cox Trophy, which remains the oldest surviving trophy awarded for a USGA championship. It’s also the only USGA trophy donated by someone from another country, coming from Scotland’s Robert Cox.
Glenna Collett Vare won the Cox Trophy a record six times, which remains the record.
Here’s a look at future venues of the U.S. Women’s Amateur, including Southern Hills, Bandon Dunes, Oakland Hills and more.
2024 - Southern Hills, Tulsa, Oklahoma
2025 - Bandon Dunes, Bandon, Oregon
2026 - The Honors Course, Ooltewah, Tennessee
2028 - Brae Burn Country Club, West Newton, Massachusetts
Brae Burn has hosted three previous U.S. Women’s Amateurs in 1906, 1975 and 1997, as well as two Curtis Cups.
2029 - Oakland Hills Country Club, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
2030 - The Olympic Club, San Francisco, California
2031 - Baltimore Country Club (East Course), Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore Country Club hosted the fifth U.S. Open back in 1899 and has hosted a Walker Cup, U.S. Women’s Open and U.S. Amateur.
2032 - Bandon Dunes, Bandon, Oregon
2034 - The Country Club, Salt Lake City, Utah
It will be the first USGA championship held at the club and only the second conducted in the state of Utah.
2035 - Atlanta Athletic Club, Johns Creek, Georgia
2037 - The Country Club of North Carolina, Pinehurst, North Carolina
The course has hosted three USGA championships, including the 2021 U.S. Junior Amateur and the upcoming U.S. Senior Amateur in 2030
2039 - Canterbury Golf Club, Cleveland, Ohio
The club has previously hosted five USGA championships, including two U.S. Opens. It has three more coming up, the 2027 U.S. Girls’ Junior, 2033 U.S. Senior Amateur and 2039 U.S. Women’s Amateur.