Troon adds two California courses

Troon has added two daily fee clubs in California, making the Golden state one of the company's largest and fastest growing regions. It has 20 facilities in the state, including daily fee, resort, semi-private and private clubs that total 30.5 18-hole equivalent golf courses.

Hiddenbrooke Golf Club, an 18-hole course in Vallejo, opened in 1995 and features an Arnold Palmer Signature golf course. Golf World and Golf Digest have recognized it as one of the best public courses in California.

"We are thrilled to be working with Hiddenbrooke Golf Club and look forward to providing a world-class golf experience to Bay area residents and visitors alike," said Mike Ryan, co-chief operating officer, Troon. "We are also happy to expand Troon's presence in the region and look to make an immediate positive impact on the operations at the club. 

Hiddenbrooke's clubhouse includes a Sports Bar and Grille, multiple meeting and banquet spaces and an expansive golf shop. A new banquet space will open this May, further elevating Hiddenbrooke's position as a top wedding and event venues in the region.

Troon also added Moorpark Country Club, a 27-hole semi-private club in Moorpark 

Moorpark Country Club features 27 holes designed by Jim Hardy and Peter Jacobsen. Open since 2002, the Canyon Crest, Creekside and Ridgeline nines meander through canyons and include multiple elevation changes.

"Moorpark's picturesque setting and challenging golf course have made it a must-play for Southern California golfers for years," said Guy Sugden, vice president, operations - sales and marketing, Troon. "We're excited to be on board and will now look to improve the golf and food and beverage experiences for members and guests."

Moorpark Country Club's Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired clubhouse includes Champion's restaurant and bar, a grand ballroom with seating for up to 425 guests, a semi-private patio and an event lawn for weddings, receptions and post tournament gatherings. 

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