In 2031, Oakland Hills Country Club in suburban Detroit will host its 12th USGA championship and first U.S. Women’s Open. It will become the fifth club to have hosted a U.S. Open, U.S. Women’s Open, U.S. Amateur and U.S. Women’s Amateur, with Pebble Beach set to do so in 2023. The South Course, which has hosted six U.S. Opens, was designed by Donald Ross and opened in 1918. It was renovated by Robert Trent Jones (1950), Rees Jones (2006) and Gil Hanse (2021). It most recently hosted the 2016 U.S. Amateur, won by Curtis Luck. Steve Jones won the last U.S. Open at Oakland Hills in 2016. Jack Nickaus also won a U.S. Senior Open in 1991 in a playoff over Chi Chi Rodriguez. Oakland Hills also has hosted three PGA Championships and a Ryder Cup (2004).