Aronimink to host '27 PGA Championship, '20 Women's PGA

Tiger Woods during the final round of the 2016 Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods during the final round of the 2016 Hero World Challenge

You get a major.

For the third time in a week, the site of an upcoming PGA Championship has been learned.

The Philadelphia area will see two majors coming back their way in the next decade, with the PGA of America set to announce Aronimink Golf Club as host of the 2027 PGA Championship and 2020 KPMG Women's PGA Championship.

The prestigious club, designed by Donald Ross and listed 78th in the latest Golf Digest America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses ranking, is being restored by Gil Hanse and Jim Wagner. The idea of holding national events at the club became more feasible after Aronimink embarked on an extensive course restoration in October of a year ago.

Last week, the PGA officially announced that the 2028 PGA Championship and the 2032 Ryder Cup would be held at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. About 85 percent of the project was completed before work stopped in early spring, and that the entire undertaking will be completed early in 2018, officials told The Inquirer.

This is not Aronimink's first time on the major scene, previously hosting the 1962 PGA Championship, 1977 U.S. Amateur and 2003 Senior PGA Championship. The club, like many others, had a tarnished past when it came to the racial breakdown of its members. The championship will move to May, becoming the second major to be played starting in 2019, when it will be competed at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, N.Y.