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Troon Golf at The Grove

12.20am 27th August 2003 - Courses

Troon Golf, an acknowledged world leader in golf resort and club management, has been awarded the contract to supervise operations at The Grove, the five star hotel and golf complex close to London which opens on 8th September.
The championship course at The Grove, only 35 minutes from London’s West End and open to all has already earned high praise from experts and enthusiasts who have been give a sneak preview of its layout and the expertise that Troon Golf now brings to the operation will complement its growing popularity and patronage. Troon Golf manages more than 140 clubs in eleven countries including the Westin Turnberry Resort in Ayrshire, Huntingdale Golf Club in Victoria, Australia and The Ridge at Castle Pines in Colorado.
Moreover twenty-eight of the golf resorts under its management have been included in the Top 100 rankings by national and international industry publications. The service Troon Golf provides is comprehensive and complete and involves not only using the latest agronomic methods and expertise to maintain the golf course at the highest level, but also, and equally important, maintaining the wider aspects of development and marketing of the facility.
It is a strategy that has earned Troon Golf international trust from clients and partners who have seen positive financial results due to the collaboration which primarily seeks to offer every guest a memorable experience each time they play.
“The Grove blends wide open spaces with contemporary interiors whilst maintaining the centuries-old aura left by many ancestors of the estate” says Paul Dellanzo, vice president of Troon Golf’s European Division. “We are honoured to partner a company as respected as Ralph Trustees in London’s first true venture in resort golf”.
The Grove www.thegrovehotel.com
Troon Golf www.troongolf.com

       

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