Utah Championship Welcomes Fans Back to Stars of Tomorrow Golfing Tour

SALT LAKE CITY, UT. – The PGA (Professional Golfing Association) Tour’s Stars Of Tomorrow will be returning to Utah for the 30th edition of the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank this summer, and so are the fans. After a long pause due to Covid-19, the tournament will once again be open to the public with tickets going on sale on June 28.

The Stars of Tomorrow tour returns with fans in the stands this July in Utah.

The Utah Championship, a stop on the Korn Ferry Tour, will be held at Oakridge Country Club in Farmington from August 5-8. Fans may purchase daily grounds, weekly grounds or daily VIP tickets in-advance online or on-site during tournament week. The number of tickets is limited. Davis County residents and their families can attend for free with a valid ID; no ticket purchase is necessary.

Jeff Robbins, Utah Sports Commission President and CEO, said, “This year we have the opportunity to celebrate 30 years of Utah Championship history and having fans back on the green makes it that much more special. The list of notable players grows with each tournament, and we look forward to seeing who follows in the footsteps of our great alumni.”

Along with local favorites, Tony Finau and Danny Summerhays, other memorable alumni from the Stars of Tomorrow tour include:

John Daly, winner of 1991 PGA Championship and 1995 Open Championship

Zach Johnson, winner of 2007 Masters Tournament and 2015 Open Championship

Bubba Watson, winner of 2012 and 2014 Masters Tournament

C.T. Pan, played on the International team at the 2019 Presidents Cup

Sam Burns, beat Tiger Woods on the day by two-shots during 2018 Honda Classic

Cameron Champ, one of only two amateurs to make the cut in 2017 U.S. Open

Sungjae Im, named 2019 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year

Carlos Ortiz, winner of 2014 Web.com Tour Player of the Year

Will Zalatoris, finished second in his debut at 2021 Masters Tournament