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LPGA announces new stop in Utah beginning in 2025

The LPGA will head to Utah in 2025, the tour announced on Tuesday. The new event will be hosted at Black Desert Resort Golf Course in Ivins, Utah, near St. George.

The Tom Weiskopf design features generous fairways, a pair of drivable par 4s and the presence of ancient basalt rock formations.

Upon completion, the Black Desert Resort will feature 150 hotel rooms, 1,050 residences, on-property trails for exploration and adventure, a wellness spa for relaxation, and 80,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space for shopping and dining.

“We are thrilled to welcome Black Desert Resort into the LPGA family as a tournament partner and title sponsor,” said Ricki Lasky, LPGA Chief Tour Business and Operations Officer.

Courtesy Black Desert Resort Golf Course

“This spectacular venue will undoubtedly provide an incredible test to our LPGA Tour athletes. We also greatly appreciate the dedication of the Black Desert Resort team to elevating the stature of the women’s game by making this partnership a key element of their corporate platform as they welcome golf fans to their venue for the first time this week.”

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Story originally appeared on GolfWeek

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