The Web.com Tour Utah Championship, Utah’s only PGA TOUR event, announced today that Leavitt Group, a national insurance broker, has been named a sponsor for the 2017 event.
“Leavitt Group is proud to join the Web.com Tour Utah Championship as a Sponsor,” said Mark Leavitt, director of affiliation marketing. “There are many fine and deserving young people that have their eyes set on fulfilling their dreams of playing on the PGA Tour. Events like the Utah Championship, and the Sand Hollow Leavitt Group Open are great mechanisms to empower and give flight to these dreams.”
“The Utah Championship is thrilled to have the Leavitt Group join all of the other terrific sponsors in support of Utah’s only official PGA TOUR event,” said Jeff Robbins, President and CEO of the Utah Sports Commission, the host organization for the Utah Championship. Under the terms of the sponsorship, the Leavitt Group will be allowed to award an exemption to a qualified player of their choosing to play in the main field of the Utah Championship, a Web.com TOUR event. The Utah Championship is televised on the Golf Channel and will be held at Oakridge Country Club in Farmington, Utah.
Leavitt Group has been a supporter of golf in Utah, specifically being a key force behind the Sand Hollow Leavitt Group Open held in Washington County, Utah. The three-year-old tournament has attracted many of the best-known names in Utah golf, including marquee players like two-time champion Zac Blair, Gipper Finau, Nick Killpack, Zahkai Brown, Kurt Kitayama, Clay Ogden, Pete Stone, and Dusty Fielding.
Eric Leavitt, CEO of Leavitt Group stated, “With this sponsorship opportunity, Leavitt Group will continue its tradition of support and leadership in Utah golf. We are grateful for the chance to help create vectors to success for our promising young golfers.”
The Utah Championship and Leavitt Group will work together to help facilitate the growth of golf in Utah and explore areas of synergy to enhance the Utah Championship, Leavitt Group, and the sport of golf in Utah.