Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club in Nichols Hills has been selected to host the 2025 U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship. (Courtesy Photo)

Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club in Nichols Hills has been selected to host the 2025 U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship.

The American Golf Association made the announcement on Wednesday.

The tournament, which will take place from May 10-14, 2025, has been described as a showcase for the most talented female golfers. It is open to enthusiasts of all ages. However, applicants must have a USGA Handicap Index of 14.4 or less.

“The USGA’s return to Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club is sure to be memorable for everyone involved,” said event manager Rachel Sadowski. “The US Women’s Amateur Four-Ball is a unique championship that features the world’s best female amateur golfers from a wide range of ages. We can’t wait to see these teams compete in such a fantastic venue.

Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club was established in 1911 and opened in 1912. In 1930 it moved to its present location in Nichols Hills, where Perry Maxwell designed a scenic and intricate course.

The club hosted the 1953 American Amateur. It has also hosted US Open and US Amateur qualifiers as well as numerous regional and national tournaments. Charles Coe, a six-time USA Walker Cup competitor and two-time Walker Cup captain who won two American Amateurs and received the Bob Jones Award in 1964, was a longtime member of the club.

“Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club is thrilled to have the USGA Championship return to our club and community,” said Bobby Wegener, past president and co-chair of the course’s Strategic Planning Committee. “We look forward to being part of this prestigious league and showcasing our club on the national stage.”

The 2025 US Women’s Amateur Four-Ball will be the 10th running and 23rd USGA Championship contested in the Sooner State. The last USGA championship held in Oklahoma was the 2015 US Girls’ Junior, hosted by the Tulsa Country Club.