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Oakland Hills Country Club will be home to two U.S. Opens in the next three decades, the United States Golf Association announced on Tuesday (March 22). The U.S. Opens will take place in 2034 and 2051, according to the USGA.

A handful of other USGA championships have been announced, as well, in Bloomfield Township, including the U.S. Junior Amateur, U.S. Amateur and U.S. Girls Junior Amateur.

“We could not be happier to bring six additional championships to such an iconic venue as Oakland Hills,” John Bodenhamer, USGA chief championships officer, said in a statement. “Since its first U.S. Open in 1924, Oakland Hills has provided a supreme test for the game’s very best, and it will continue to do so for professionals and amateurs alike in the coming years.”

The club’s South Course recently underwent a two-year restoration.

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