The Bellerive Country Club will host the President’s Cup 2030
By Dan Greenwald, Digital Content Producer
CITY AND COUNTY, Missouri (KMOV) – The Bellerive Country Club will host the President’s Cup 2030.
The President’s Cup is similar to the Ryder Cup, a match play event that pits America’s top golfers against golfers from other countries. Unlike the Ryder Cup, which brings together the best European golfers against the Americans, the President’s Cup features the best non-European players. Each side has 12 players.
The announcement became official in Bellerive on Wednesday. The West County club, nicknamed the “Green Monster of Ladue,” hosted the PGA Championship in 1992 and 2018, the US Open 1965, the US Senior Open 2004, the BMW 2008 Championship and the Senior PGA Championship. 2013.
PGA Tour President Jay Monahan spoke during the announcement Wednesday morning at the country club through a video.
“I am honored to announce that the President’s Cup 2030 will be played at the Bellerive Country Club,” said Monahan, “adding to an indelible club history which includes major championships for Gary Player, Nick Price and Brooks Koepka.
Governor Mike Parson, representatives from PGA and local leaders attended the event.
“It’s a special thing for the state of Missouri,” said Parson, “how athletic we are and how much we promote that and how we support it.”
St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones spoke after Parson at the event.
“We often say that St. Louis has the most passionate sports fans in the country,” Jones said. “From NASCAR to WWE and now to the PGA Tour, St. Louis is a major destination for sporting events.”
Note: this content is subject to a strict embargo in the local market. If you share the same market as the contributor of this article, you cannot use it on any platform.