The USGA is bound for the ATL.

On Tuesday, the USGA announced that Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, Georgia will host the 2025 US Girls’ Junior, 2030 US Amateur and 2035 US Women’s Amateur Championships, adding to the club’s deep history with the organization.

“We are thrilled to return to the Atlanta Athletic Club to host these three USGA Championships,” said Mark Hill, Senior General Manager, USGA Championships. “The USGA looks forward to continuing its strong relationship with this famous club, which has hosted so many memorable USGA Championships and legendary champions.”

The Atlanta Athletic Club, founded in 1898, has hosted six previous USGA Championships: 2014 US Amateur, 2002 US Junior Amateur, 1990 US Women’s Open, 1984 US Mid-Amateur, 1976 US Open and the US Women’s Amateur 1950. which was held on its original course, now known as East Lake Golf Club. The club has also hosted the Ryder Cup (1963), three PGA Championships (1981, 2001 and 2011) and the 2021 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

“Atlanta Athletic Club is proud to continue its tradition of hosting national championships,” said club president Kevin Costello. “Building on our enduring relationship with the USGA, it is an honor to showcase our golf courses to the world and host these prestigious championships which truly embody the spirit of the amateur game and support the next generation of golfers. “