Despite a spate of recent high profile course acquisitions—Doral in Florida, Doonbeg in Ireland and just this week, Turnberry in Scotland—it’s one of Donald Trump’s homegrown courses that will host two majors in the next eight years. It’s been confirmed that the 2022 PGA Championship will be played at the private Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, an hour west of New York City. Already set to host the 2017 U.S. Women’s Open (USGA headquarters is just 5.6 miles away), the club has two courses, including the original Tom Fazio-designed layout that opened in 2004 and will host both events. It measures 7,590 yards, complete with a 662-yard closing hole. Yes, there is a fountain in front of the clubhouse and another one behind the tee on the par-three 16th, but the course is good enough that it won’t require much, if any, tweaking to host a major.