The Utah Championship
The Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank is a premier stop on the Korn Ferry Tour, the path to the PGA TOUR. Since the tournament debuted in 1990, the Utah Championship has produced a strong list of champions, including inaugural winner John Daly and Salt Lake City native Tony Finau, who has become one of the top players on the PGA TOUR.
Giving back to Our Community
The Utah Championship is also a community event that provides more than just professional golf — it endeavors to raise money for the tournament’s charitable partners and contribute to the PGA TOUR’s unprecedented success in giving back to local charities. Since its inception, the Utah Championship has contributed more than $500,000 to various charities throughout Utah, including the Tony Finau Foundation, the Huntsman Cancer Institute, First Tee and the Boys and Girls Club of Weber-Davis.
Tickets may be purchased online or on-site during tournament week at the admissions tent at Oakridge Country Club. Children 12 and under receive free grounds access if accompanied by a ticketed adult.
Ticket purchases are non-refundable. There are a limited number of tickets available for the Utah Championship. Once tickets have been removed from the inventory we are unable to restore them.
Utah Championship Tickets
A daily grounds ticket provides access to the tournament for one day (Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday). This ticket also provides access to our Fan Zone, which has food, beverages and beer for purchase.
A weekly grounds ticket provides access to the tournament for all four competition days (Thursday – Sunday). This ticket also provides access to our Fan Zone, which has food, beverages and beer for purchase.
A daily VIP ticket provides access to the tournament for one day (Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday), as well as access to the Utah Championship's VIP hospitality area with complimentary food and beverage.
Oakridge Country Club
Oakridge Country Club is the current home of the Utah Championship. Established in 1956, the club was originally designed by William F. Bell and William Neff. The 18-hole championship golf course is a mature, tree-lined course with well-bunkered greens and plush conditions. These features combine to make the course one of the finest in the area.