Kingston Heath Golf Club will host the 2028 teams’ event, marking the return of the Presidents Cup to the Melbourne Sandbelt.
The International team will play host to the USA at Kingston Heath for the first time, according to a Tuesday announcement from the PGA Tour and the Presidents Cup.
Melbourne will host the Presidents Cup for the fourth time in 2028 and 2040.This is because of a long-term agreement between the PGA Tour and Visit Victoria.Royal Melbourne hosted the Presidents Cup in 1998, 2011, and 2019.
Alister Mackenzie, a renowned architect, initiated the natural bunkering layout of Kingston Heath, an Australian course designed by Dan Soutar.Established in 1926, this course has consistently earned a reputation as one of the best in the world.
The club has hosted seven Australian Opens, including last year when it was joint-host with Victoria Golf Club.
Kingston Heath will represent the fifth international venue to host the Presidents Cup, joining The Royal Melbourne Golf Club (1998, 2011, 2019); The Links at Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate (2003); The Royal Montreal Golf Club (2007, 2024); and additionally , Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea (2015).
The Royal Montreal Golf Club in Montreal, Canada, will host the 15th edition of the Presidents Cup from September 24-29 next year.