“Kingston Heath has a long and proud history of hosting major events and celebrating the best golfers in the world on our championship course. The opportunity to host a world-renowned iconic event celebrating the best players in the game is incredibly exciting,” said Kingston Heath Captain Stephen Montfort. “Kingston Heath is subtle, but demanding, and the format of the Presidents Cup promises to deliver many memorable moments to celebrate at one of the great golf courses in world golf. Our members are thrilled at the opportunity to showcase our wonderful Club and we look forward to welcoming golf fans from all around the world to The Heath.”
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 Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea (2015).
“The Presidents Cup solidifies Melbourne’s position as one of the greatest golf destinations on the planet and we can’t wait to welcome this prestigious global event to Kingston Heath in 2028,” Victorian Minister for Tourism, Sport, and Major Events Steve Dimopoulos said. “Our long-term partnership with PGA TOUR will deliver two high-caliber events – showcasing our city as a must-visit golfing destination to viewers from around the world and reinforcing Victoria’s status as the major events capital of Australia.”
The 2028 Presidents Cup will mark the event’s fourth visit to Melbourne, matching Gainesville (Virginia, USA) for most Cups contested in one city. Its most recent trip to Melbourne was in 2019, when World Golf Hall of Fame captains Ernie Els and Tiger Woods squared off at The Royal Melbourne Golf Club in one of the most dramatic Presidents Cups in history, with Woods’ United States Team mounting a final-day comeback to win the Cup.
The Presidents Cup will return September 24-29, 2024, as the event makes its return to The Royal Montreal Golf Club in Montreal, Quebec, Canada for the first time since 2007. With today’s announcement, the Presidents Cup has its venues secured through 2030:
The Royal Montreal Golf Club
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Medinah Country Club (Course #3)
Medinah, Illinois, USA
Kingston Heath Golf Club
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Bellerive Country Club
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
For more information about the Presidents Cup, please visit PresidentsCup.com.