|Location||Farmington, Utah, U.S.|
|Established||1990, 28 years ago|
|Course(s)||Oakridge Country Club|
|Length||7,653 yards (6,998 m)|
|Format||Stroke play – 72 holes|
One of the original tournaments of the 1990 Ben Hogan Tour as the Utah Classic, the tournament has been played every year but two (1997, 1998). The first seven (1990–1996) were played in Provo at Riverside Country Club and the next sixteen (1999–2014) at Willow Creek in Sandy.
The tournament moved to Thanksgiving Point Golf Club in 2015, a few miles north of Utah Lake and along the Jordan River. Formerly played in early September, the tournament moved to late July in 2011 and to mid-July in 2012. The average elevation of the course is slightly over 4,500 feet (1,370 m) above sea level and it was designed by Johnny Miller. In 2017, the tournament moved to Oakridge Country Club in Farmington.
Two major champions have won this event: John Daly won $20,000 in the inaugural edition in 1990 and Zach Johnson won $81,000 in 2003. The purse in 2015 was $650,000, with a winner's share of $117,000.
Bolded golfers graduated to the PGA Tour via the Web.com Tour regular-season money list.
- Sorensen, Mike (February 23, 2000). "Utah Classic is in trouble again". Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Utah. p. D3.
- Sorensen, Mike (September 17, 1990). "Hottest Hogan golfer wins Utah Classic". Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Utah. p. 2D.
- "Johnson rallies at Utah Open". Eugene Register-Guard. Oregon. September 8, 2003. p. B6.
- Official website
- Coverage on the Web.com Tour's official site
- Thanksgiving Point Golf Club (2015– )
- Willow Creek Country Club (1999–2014)
- Riverside Country Club (1990–1996)