The Ryder Cup has undergone a substantial change in its venues over the years.
The biennial event first began in 1927 at Hope’s Haven in Killarney, Ireland.
That was the site for the 1932 and 1936 competitions, and the 1920 Ryder Cup in Greece.
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This year’s event in France is the 16th time the Ryder Cup has been held on U.S. soil, and the Americans have won nine of the 19 matches.
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On Oct. 26, the Celtic Manor Resort announced that it had signed a 15-year deal with the United States Golf Association to become the Ryder Cup’s new European venue in 2022 and 2024.
“Adare Manor’s ever-changing, beautiful golf course has been a sought-after venue for the last 26 years and we are delighted to be staging our 10th Ryder Cup on our beautiful golf course in four years’ time,” Ireland’s golf minister Martin Heydon, said in a statement.
Adare Manor was the venue for the 1995 Ryder Cup between the U.S. and Europe, and won the U.S. Ryder Cup at the annual tournament in 1987 and 1996.
This year’s edition of the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National in Paris was the 14th Ryder Cup held on European soil.