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2022 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP

TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB, BEDMINSTER

The most prestigious event—one of professional golf’s four major championships—will be contested at Trump National Golf Club, Bedminster in May 2022. Trump National Bedminster’s world-class facilities and supremely testing championship courses make for an ideal PGA Championship venue.

Past Tournaments


2017 U.S. Women's Open

TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB, BEDMINSTER

The oldest major championship on the LPGA Tour, the U.S. Women’s Open was hosted by Trump National Golf Club, Bedminster in 2017. Broadcast worldwide, the event showcased the greatest in women’s golf amid a backdrop of Trump Bedminster’s natural beauty and unsurpassed facilities. On a layout ranked among golf’s Top 100 courses, then World Number 1 Sung Hyun Park claimed the trophy.
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2017 KITCHENAID
SENIOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP

TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Golf’s oldest, most prestigious senior major, the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, took place at Trump National Golf Club, Washington, D.C. in 2017. Rave reviews greeted the Championship course, one of the club’s two stellar 18-hole layouts, notably from the tournament winner, Bernhard Langer. The top-ranked player on the Champions Tour called the course, “phenomenal,” on his way to a one-stroke victory over Vijay Singh.

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2016 WGC-CADILLAC
CHAMPIONSHIP

TRUMP NATIONAL DORAL, MIAMI

Adam Scott, Champion, 2016 WGC-Cadillac Championship
Six strokes back with ten holes to play, Adam Scott displayed true Aussie grit down the stretch. Five birdies in seven holes and a 7-foot par putt at the Blue Monster’s demanding 18th gave Scott a one-shot win. Photo by: David Cannon/Getty Images


2015 WOMEN'S BRITISH OPEN
CHAMPIONSHIP

TRUMP TURNBERRY

Reigning World Number 1, Inbee Park earned her seventh major title during the 2015 Women’s British Open Championship held at the iconic Trump Turnberry Resort in Scotland.


2015 WGC-CADILLAC
CHAMPIONSHIP

TRUMP NATIONAL DORAL, MIAMI

Dustin Johnson, Champion, 2015 WGC-Cadillac Championship
Long-hitting Dustin Johnson overcame a five-shot deficit to fellow big basher J.B. Holmes in the final round to capture his ninth tour win against the most elite field in golf.


2014 WGC-CADILLAC
CHAMPIONSHIP

TRUMP NATIONAL DORAL, MIAMI

Patrick Reed, Champion, 2014 WGC-Cadillac Championship
Golf’s hottest young star, 23-year-old Patrick Reed, went wire-to-wire to take down the strongest field on the PGA Tour. Reed’s final-round 72 earned him his third win in 14 months—and by far his most prestigious victory.

2014 Met Open Championship

TRUMP NATIONAL GOF CLUB, BEDMINSTER
Grant Sturgeon, Champion, 2014 MET Open Championship
Winged Foot assistant professional Grant Sturgeon captured the 99th edition of the prestigious Met Open. His 7-under-par 209 total earned him a three-stroke victory and a trophy hoisted by the likes of Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen and Byron Nelson.


2013 WGC-CADILLAC
CHAMPIONSHIP

TRUMP NATIONAL DORAL, MIAMI

Tiger Woods, Champion, 2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship
Posting a phenomenal 27 birdies over four rounds, Tiger Woods captured his 76th PGA Tour title and record 17th WGC event. It was Tiger’s fourth victory at Trump National Doral in a nine-year stretch

2013 Junior PGA Championship

TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB, WASHINGTON, D.C.
Boys Winner: Tyler McDaniel and Girls Winner: Amy Lee
Boys winner Tyler McDaniel from Kentucky and Girls champion Amy Lee from California solved the puzzles presented by Trump National, Washington, D.C. to claim their titles at the prestigious 38th Junior PGA Championship.

2009 USGA Junior Amateur Championship

TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB, BEDMINSTER
Boys Winner: Jordan Spieth and Girls Winner: Amy (Anderson) Olson
Medalist Jordan Spieth, the 15-year-old phenom from Dallas, galloped through a match play field of the country’s most talented juniors to capture his first USGA title. Girls Medalist Amy Anderson, from North Dakota (now the LPGA Tour’s Amy Olson) also romped in the final with a 6 and 5 victory.