Arizona/Utah Shootout

The Utah Golf Association and the Arizona Golf Association began this team Ryder Cup style event in 1991 to showcase the top amateur golfers in both states and to build camaraderie amongst the players.

2019 Site: TBD (Utah)

Dates: TBD


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What is the Utah Arizona Shootout?

The Utah Golf Association and the Arizona Golf Association began this team Ryder Cup style event in 1991 to showcase the top amateur golfers in both states and to build camaraderie amongst the players.This event which has been a back and forth struggle now has team Utah with a slight advantage winning the last several years. The Shootout has become one of the most popular amongst UGA players.

UGA Selection Process

The UGA will select twelve players to represent Utah at the Utah Arizona Shootout. Eligibility criteria is listed below. Please note that if a player qualifies for the team as a PPR and SPPR player they will be given the option of selecting which division they participate in for the Shootout.

*This event is only open to participants who are 18 years of age or older. The two senior players selected will be the top two players on the SPPR ranking who are 50 years old or older when the Shootout is played. Each team member must agree to participate in all functions relating to the Utah Arizona Shootout. Current high school and collegiate players are not eligible for the UT/AZ Shootout Team.

*Participants are not eligible if they are still enrolled in high school or they are competing on a collegiate golf team. If a UGA champion is not eligible to play, that spot will be filled via the respective Player Performance Ranking.

PPR

  • 1- First eligible on PPR Rankings after the UGA Invitational
  • 2- Second eligible on PPR Rankings after the UGA Invitational
  • 3- Third eligible on PPR Rankings after the UGA Invitational
  • 4- Fourth eligible on PPR Rankings after the UGA Invitational
  • 5- Fifth eligible on PPR Rankings after the UGA Invitational
  • 6- Sixth eligible on PPR Rankings after the UGA Invitational
  • 7- Current Utah State Amateur Champion (If eligible)
  • 8- Current Utah Mid-Amateur Champion (If eligible)

SPPR

  • 1- First eligible on SPPR Rankings after the Utah Senior Stroke Play
  • 2- Current Senior State Amateur Champion (If eligible)

WPPR

  • 1- First eligible on WPPR Rankings after the UGA Invitational
  • 2- Current Women’s State Amateur Champion (If eligible)