When is the 2022 Presidents Cup?

Quail Hollow will stage the next Presidents Cup in 2022

The 2022 Presidents Cup will take place at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Presidents Cup

The 2022 Presidents Cup will take place at Quail Hollow from September 22-25.

The event was due to take place in 2021. But due to the coronavirus outbreak resulting in the 2020 Ryder Cup being pushed back a year, the Presidents Cup also moved 12 months.

The next Presidents Cup will be the 14th edition of the bi-annual clash between the United States and the International Team.

Where is the Presidents Cup taking place?

Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina, will stage the Presidents Cup in 2022.

The 7600-yard par-71 Quail Hollow course is no stranger to hosting big events since first opening in 1959.

It staged the Kember Open on the PGA Tour between 1969-1979 and the PaineWebber Invitational on the Seniors Tour between 1983-1989. It is the present host of the Wells Fargo Championship on the PGA Tour.

In 2017, Quail Hollow became a major championship host venue when staging the 2017 USPGA Championship won by Justin Thomas. It will also host the 2025 PGA Championship.

Who are the 2022 Presidents Cup captains?

Davis Love III will captain the United States team for the first time in the Presidents Cup.

A six-time playing member of the and three-time assistant in 2013, 2015 and 2017, he brings matchplay captaincy experience to the table having led the USA in the Ryder Cup in 2012 and 2016.

South African Trevor Immelman has been named as the captain of the International Team for 2022.

The 2008 Masters winner was one of Ernie Els’ assistants at the 2019 Presidents Cup in Melbourne, Australia, and will step up to replace his fellow South African in the captaincy role.

Presidents Cup Teams 2022

The 12 selections for each team have been made with full details of who will be teeing it up at Quail Hollow available in our guide to the Presidents Cup teams.

Who are the reigning Presidents Cup winners?

The Internationals led 10-8 heading into the final day singles at the 2019 Presidents Cup in Melbourne, Australia.

But that turned into a 16-14 deficit as Tiger Woods’ United States side proved their class with a dominant performance.

The US team have won nine of the 13 President Cups, including the last eight in a row. The Internationals have won just once, and never on American soil.

Where can I buy Presidents Cup tickets?

The official Presidents Cup website is the best place to register for tickets.