"We're thrilled to bring the U.S. Open back to this outstanding club," said United States Golf Association vice president Thomas J. O'Toole Jr.
"Winged Foot offers a spectacular setting in a dynamic market and has justifiably earned its reputation as one of the premier U.S. Open venues in the nation."
The course, located 25 miles north of New York City in Westchester County, last hosted the US Open in 2006 when Australian Geoff Ogilvy pipped American duo Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk and Colin Montgomerie of Scotland to the title.
Monty will not be happy to return the course: he famously mis-hit his approach to the final green to rack up a double-bogey when a par would have been enough to give him the title.
Winged Foot also staged the championship in 1929, 1959, 1974 and 1984.
The Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania, the venue in 2016, has staged the tournament eight times.
Baltusrol in New Jersey hosted the U.S. Open for the seventh time in 1993 while Oakland Hills in Michigan staged the championship for the sixth occasion in 1996.
Pebble Beach in California will be the venue for the sixth time in 2019.