June 13-15, 2024

Since 1940, the Provo Open has tested the best golfers on their way to greatness both on and off the course.

Tournament Proper Information

Up to a 150 player field will compete over three days on the Timpanogos Championship Course from the Gold Tees. The field will be cut to 40 low professionals and 40 low amateurs & ties for the final round.

Senior Professional and Senior Amateur Flights payout for the first 36 holes of play.
Flights: 50-59, 60-69, 70+

Tee Times/Pairings
Players must play once in the AM tee time block and once in the PM tee time block over the first two rounds. Requests will be looked at by the Committee on a first come, first serve basis but are not guaranteed. Should a player make the cut, all tee times and pairings for the final round will be made based on the players two day total score. No exceptions will be made.

AM Blocks (8:00 am to 10:00 am)
PM Blocks (1:00 pm to 3:00 pm)

Tee Times will be sent via email and or text message Monday, June 12, 2023.

Caddies are permitted for participants who choose to walk or ride. Golf carts are available to all players, however, a maximum of two carts will be allowed per group of three. No spectator carts will be allowed at any time during the Championship.

Dress Code
All players must wear a golf shirt. Professionals must wear pants for all rounds.

Practice Rounds
There will be no official practice round dates. Players may play two practice rounds in the month of June at a rate of $32 for 18 holes w/cart. Please let Pro Shop staff know when booking your tee time of your desire to play a practice round. Practice Round discounts are only available to 2023 Championship participants only.

The Championship Committee reserves the right to alter any of the conditions, provisions, and/or schedules herein. The decision of the Championship Committee in any matter will be final.

Timpanogos Golf Club may reject an entry application, revoke any registration, expel from the Championship and/or suspend a player from future championships if the player engages in conduct detrimental to the integrity and image of the game of golf and the Club. Such conduct may include, but is not limited to, damage to the golf course or the player’s equipment, verbal or physical abuse of officials, volunteers, spectators, or TGC staff, blatant or excessive profanity, disorderly behavior, failure to abide by the rules, or any other unbecoming conduct.