The PGA of America announced on Wednesday that Oak Hill Country Club will serve as host to the 2023 PGA Championship.
“The PGA of America is proud to return to one of golf’s grand stages, Oak Hill’s East Course, which has tested the game’s greatest champions for nearly 70 years,” said PGA of America president Derek Sprague.
The Pittsford, New York course last held a major tournament in 2013, where Jason Dufner captured the Wanamaker Trophy. This will be the fourth time Oak Hill will be home to the PGA Championship, to go along with three U.S. Opens, two U.S. Amateurs and a Ryder Cup.
“The Oak Hill membership is thrilled to have the opportunity to host the 2023 PGA Championship,” said Oak Hill Country Club president Willie Strassburg. “The 2023 Championship will be the sixth PGA of America event at Oak Hill spanning five decades, demonstrating the strong bonds between the two organizations."
Oak Hill's East Course, a Donald Ross design, ranked No. 16 on the Golf Digest Top 100 courses list for 2015-16.