The par-72 course in suburban Birmingham will play at 7,251 yards from July 21-26.
Ben Kimball of the United States Golf Association said Tuesday it will be the longest course in U.S. Junior Amateur history. He and others spoke at a news conference promoting the event.
It will be the first national tournament at Shoal Creek since 1990, when it drew controversy because of an all-white membership and a comment by founder Hall Thompson that Shoal Creek would never be pressured into accepting blacks as members.
Shoal Creek officials say the club now has four black members.