The Open has not gotten back to Turnberry since Stewart Cink beat Tom Watson in a season finisher there in 2009. A return isn’t normal at any point in the near future, all things considered. The R&A has named Open settings through 2024, and Turnberry—bought by Donald Trump in 2014—isn’t on that rundown.
The R&A has emphasized its arrangements not to get back to Turnberry—saying in a proclamation six days after the U.S. State house was raged that it wouldn’t return for “the not so distant future” until the decision body “is persuaded that the attention will be on the title, the players and the actual course and we don’t accept that is feasible in the current conditions.”
Trump multiplied down on his position that Turnberry—positioned eleventh on Golf Digest’s latest world rankings—ought to be granted another Open Championship, delivering an assertion on Saturday during the third round at Royal St. George’s.
The PGA of America moved following year’s PGA Championship from Trump Bedminster in New Jersey to Southern Hills after January’s occasions in Washington, D.C.
Trump Turnberry facilitated the Women’s British Open in 2015 when the Ladies Golf Union facilitated the title. The LGU has since converged with the R&A, so the ladies’ major isn’t relied upon to return to Turnberry any time soon.
Turnberry is positioned as the fourth-best course in Scotland on Golf Digest’s rankings after a huge redesign in 2015 by noted engineering firm Mackenzie and Ebert.