Oakland Hills has been selected as the host venue for the US Open in 2034 and 2051, weeks after the course's clubhouse was devastated by a major fire.

A large amount of golf memorabilia was lost in the blaze on 17 February, which Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said had caused an estimated 80million USD in damages.

Club president Rick Palmer said: "This is a significant and meaningful day for all of us at Oakland Hills.

"The commitment of two US Opens as well as four top amateur championships is a testament to the fabulous work of everyone at Oakland Hills."

In addition to the two US Opens - and the US Women's Opens in 2031 and 2042, which were announced in January - the South Course at Oakland Hills will host the 2024 US Junior Amateur, 2029 US Women's Amateur, 2038 US Girls' Junior and 2047 US Amateur.

Ireland's Padraig Harrington won the US PGA Championship at Oakland Hills in 2008 and a European Ryder Cup team captained by Bernhard Langer beat the United States by a record nine points at the Detroit venue in 2004.