National Golf Links set to host Curtis Cup for the first time in 2030
The Curtis Cup will be contested at National Golf Links for the first time in 2030, the USGA has announced. National Golf Links will become only the fourth club to host both the Walker Cup and Curtis Cup, joining Merion Golf Club, The Minikahda Club and Quaker Ridge Golf Club. From June 10-12, the 42nd Curtis Cup will take place at Merion for the second time.
This will be the first time a women’s USGA championship will be contested at National Golf Links, which ranks No. The Curtis Cup, held biennially, features two teams of eight female amateur players, with one representing the United States and the other representing Great Britain and Ireland. After Merion next month, upcoming Curtis Cup venues include England’s Sunningdale Golf Club in 2024 and Bel-Air Country Club in Los Angeles in 2026.
“We’re thrilled to be able to welcome back the USGA, the R&A and some of the finest amateur players in the world,” said Michael X. Stanford’s Rose Zhang and Rachel Heck are among those headlining this year’s U.
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