Troon adds 3 more properties to growing portfolio

The courses are located in Mississippi, California and Nevada
  • Red Hawk Golf and Resort

The month of August has been a hot one for Troon. The largest golf management company added three new courses to its portfolio in three days. 

On August 3, Troon announced it had been selected to manage the Woodland Hills Country Club in California. The private club is located in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains in the west San Fernando Valley, minutes from Los Angeles, northern Los Angeles County and east Ventura County. 

The par 70 layout is known for quick rounds; fast greens; narrow, oak tree-lined fairways; and for being fun and easy to walk. The course has hosted several regional and USGA sectional tournaments, including the Western Regional for the USGA Mid-Amateur Championship, qualifying for the USGA Junior Amateur Championship and qualifying for the California State Senior Amateur Championship.

“Woodland Hills is a classic golf club with a historic, fun to play course and a membership that is passionate about the game,” said Rob DeMore, president, Troon Privé. “We are honored to be working with the members and ownership and look forward to enhancing an already incredible property.”

On August 4, Troon made another announcement: The Refuge Golf Course in Mississippi is now part of its management family. The daily fee course and resort is currently in the final phase of a renovation and is expected to open this fall. 

“We’re thrilled to partner with the number one golf course management company and utilize their expertise in agronomy, course management and marketing,” said Flowood Mayor Gary Rhoads. “The newly renovated golf course and beautiful resort will be outstanding amenities for residents and visitors to our city.”  

And finally, at least for now, Troon announced on August 5 that it was selected to manage the Red Hawk Golf and Resort, a semi-private facility located in near Reno in Sparks, Nevada. 

As part of this agreement, Troon Golf, the resort and daily-fee operations division of Troon, will oversee Red Hawk’s golf operations, agronomy, lodging, sales and marketing, as well as the property’s food and beverage operations. 

“Red Hawk is a fantastic property that we welcome the opportunity to manage and improve upon,” said Mitch Harrell, president, Troon Golf. “We will be deploying many of our resources to further elevate the Red Hawk Golf and Resort brand and the overall experience.”

Through Red Hawk’s semi-private designation, the club is open to full golf members, daily-fee play, annual pass holders, group events and resort guests.

“Soon there will be no question that Red Hawk Golf and Resort is truly the best semi-private golf club in Northern Nevada,” Albert Seeno Jr., Red Hawk Golf and Resort owner said. 

Troon is the world’s largest golf management company. It’s headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., and has a portfolio of more than 470 courses and clubs. 

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