The course in New York, which has hosted the US Open in 2002 and 2009, will also be the venue for the 2019 US PGA Championship.
The 7486-yard, par-71 Black course will provide a stern test for players on both sides, with world No.1 Tiger Woods having been the only man in the field to shoot under par when he won the US Open there in 2002.
"How fitting it is that we will be taking two of golf's premier events to a state that was the site of our first PGA Championship and to a spectacular course, the design of which was influenced by one of golf's most accomplished architects and a friend of the PGA of America," said Ted Bishop, the body's president, at the official announcement at Bethpage State Park yesterday.
Europe, led by Paul McGinley, will defend the Ryder Cup they won in dramatic style at Medinah when the biennial battle resumes at Gleneagles next year. Then it's back to the States at Hazeltine.
France will then host its first Ryder Cup in 2018 at Le Golf National near Paris before Whistling Straits hosts the next tournament in America. The 2022 course in Europe has yet to be decided.
"As a New Yorker, I can't tell you how excited I am," said Pete Bevacqua, chief executive officer of the PGA of America. "New York is part of the fabric of the history of the PGA of America, from our founding in New York City in 1916, to hosting multiple championships and having four great PGA Sections within the state.