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After a trip to Ireland, the biennial match is heading back stateside, but where will the Ryder Cup be played in 2029?

As Europe face off against the United States, golf’s grandest stage will return to the country where it all began.

Chaska, Minnesota will stage the historic battle, as the prestigious Hazeltine National Golf Club plays host to the 2029 Ryder Cup.

The site of the 2016 event, which saw the home side run out 17-11 winners, will become the first American venue to host a second Ryder Cup.

Team Europe entered that match as the competition holders, but Davis Love III captained his side to a comfortable win, which he dedicated to Arnold Palmer following his recent death.

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Designed by Robert Trent Jones in 1962, the Par 72 layout was enhanced by his son Rees Jones, in 2002 and 2005, and is consistently ranked amongst America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses.

Hazeltine is steeped in tradition, as it is one of only two clubs in the country to have hosted every premier championship offered by the USGA and PGA of America.

Recognised as a monumental test of golf, the course hosted the 2002 and 2009 PGA Championships, won by Rich Beem and Y.E. Yang, respectively.

Both men fended off Tiger Woods in second, with the Korean’s winning score only two shots worse than Beem’s ten-under-par tally.

The private club was built for the conduct of national championships, and it first held the U.S. Women’s Open Championship in 1966.

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Before the 2029 Ryder Cup takes place, Hazeltine will have hosted 15 championships in its distinguished history.

The course itself measures over 7,600 yards and counts the Par four 16th as its signature hole.

Players are forced to carry the ball over Hazeltine Lake, while the green is a raised peninsula which falls off on all sides.

The United States’ win in the 41st Ryder Cup at Hazeltine in 2016 broke a stretch of three consecutive European wins.

It was the first time America lifted the famed trophy since 2008, at Valhall Golf Club in Kentucky.

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