The East Course at Baltimore Country Club will host the 2026 US Senior Amateur and 2031 US Women’s Amateur Championships, the US Golf Association announced Tuesday. Baltimore Country Club and rekindle our relationship with a club that has produced memorable USGA moments since 1899,” USGA Championships General Manager Mark Hill said in a statement. “The process for awarding these two championships went smoothly, and we appreciate the staff and members of the club for their friendship and partnership and look forward to working closely together over the next few years.” The Baltimore Country Club, which was founded in 1898, hosted the fifth US Open in its second year, when Willie Smith of Scotland prevailed by 11 strokes over 80 other players to win his only major title. “It is a privilege to be able to partner with the USGA to bring the US Senior Amateur and US Women’s Amateur to our club,” club president Thomas Carroll said in a statement. “Since its founding in 1898, some of the most memorable and historic moments of the club performed its at its USGA championships, including the 1932 US Amateur, 1965 Walker Cup and 1988 US Women’s Open. Our members look forward to welcoming the National Championship of the best amateur golfers to our courses. It’s exciting to see Baltimore emerge as a premier destination for championship golf.” In addition to the USGA Championships, the Baltimore Country Club also hosted the 1928 PGA Championship as well as the 2007 Senior Players Championship. to 2009. “We’ve spent quite a bit of time now without anything major at BCC. Over the past five years, we’ve really worked with the USGA to bring them back to Baltimore and reestablish some of the fabric that we’ve had on the club’s history with championship golf,” said Kent Johnson, general manager. from the Baltimore Country Club, at 11 News Friday. The 71st US Senior Amateur will be held Aug. 29-Sept. championships and look forward to the opportunities this incredible relationship with the USGA presents for the state and its golf industry,” Maryland Gov., said Larry Hogan in a statement. “Maryland is proud to be a destination for choice for tourism and world-class sporting events. 1988,” Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski said in a statement. “These events will showcase our scenic communities and vibrant offerings in addition to our capabilities as an iconic golf destination.” Last month, officials from the PGA Tour, Western Golf Association and BMW announced that the BMW Championship would return to Caves Valley Golf Club in 2025.

The East Course at Baltimore Country Club will host the 2026 U.S. Senior Amateur and 2031 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championships, the U.S. Golf Association announced Tuesday.

The club has previously hosted four USGA championships, most recently the 1988 US Women’s Open.

“We are thrilled to return to Baltimore Country Club and rekindle our relationship with a club that has produced memorable USGA moments since 1899,” USGA Championships General Manager Mark Hill said in a statement. “The process of awarding these two championships has gone smoothly, and we appreciate the staff and members of the club for their friendship and partnership and look forward to working closely together over the next few years.”

The Baltimore Country Club, which was founded in 1898, hosted the fifth US Open in its second year, when Willie Smith of Scotland prevailed by 11 strokes over 80 other players to win his only major title.

“It is a privilege to be able to partner with the USGA to bring the US Senior Amateur and US Women’s Amateur to our club,” club president Thomas Carroll said in a statement. “Since its founding in 1898, some of the club’s most memorable and historic moments have occurred at its USGA championships, including the 1932 US Amateur, the 1965 Walker Cup and the 1988 US Women’s Open. “Our members look forward to welcoming the top national championship amateur golfers to our courses. It’s exciting to see Baltimore emerge as a premier destination for championship golf.”

In addition to the USGA Championships, the Baltimore Country Club also hosted the 1928 PGA Championship as well as the Senior Players Championship from 2007 to 2009.

“We’ve gone quite a while now without anything major at BCC. Over the past five years, we’ve really worked with the USGA to bring them back to Baltimore and re-establish some of the fabric that we’ve had on history. club with championship golf,” Baltimore Country Club general manager Kent Johnson told 11 News on Friday.

The 71st US Senior Amateur will be held August 29-September 3, 2026. The 131st US Female Amateur will be held August 4-10, 2031.

“We are thrilled to welcome the USGA back to Maryland for these two championships and look forward to the opportunities this incredible relationship with the USGA presents for the state and its golf industry,” said the Governor of the State. Maryland, Larry Hogan, in a statement. “Maryland is proud to be a premier destination for tourism and world-class sporting events.”

“Baltimore County is a premier location for world-class sporting events, and we are thrilled to host two USGA Amateur Championships here for the first time since 1988,” said Baltimore County Executive. , Johnny Olszewski, in a statement. “These events will showcase our scenic communities and vibrant offerings in addition to our capabilities as an iconic golf destination.”

Last month, officials from the PGA Tour, Western Golf Association and BMW announced that the BMW Championship would return to Caves Valley Golf Club in 2025.