USGA championship schedule: An inside look at what’s coming in 2024.. click for more details 👇 ⬇️

While the U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open generally grab most of its headlines, each year the United States Golf Association puts out a menu of championships as broad as any diner’s — and unlike some of the diners we frequent, its fare is always appetizing.

The courses, whether modern or classic, are always five-star affairs, and there’s something for everyone: male and female; juniors and seniors and everyone in between (including 25-and-older mid-ams, so people with jobs don’t always have to take on college studs majoring in golf); able-bodied and (since 2022) adaptive, showcasing the game’s improving inclusivity, something that’s long been on the USGA’s agenda.

The 2024 season looks sure to be another winner that will garner glowing reviews from competitors and fans alike. If you can’t qualify for a championship yourself — the entry requirements can be found at usga.org — attend one and get a taste of the action.

Past winners of note: Babe Didrikson Zaharias (1948, ’50, ’54), Mickey Wright (1958-’59, ’61, ’64), Annika Sorenstam (1995-’96, 2006), Se Ri Pak (1998)

Did you know: Lancaster CC made In Gee Chun, the 2015 USWO champion here, an honorary member; she comes back annually to host a charity golf event to raise money for local students to continue their secondary education.

Did you know: In 2029, Pinehurst No. 2 will repeat the unique feat the course pulled off in 2014, namely, hosting the U.S. Open (won in ’14 by Martin Kaymer) and U.S. Women’s Open (Michelle Wie) on consecutive weeks.

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