SEVERAL RESORTS RECOGNIZED AS "AMERICA'S BEST RESORTS" BY GOLF MAGAZINE

Posted on February 01, 2002

Gold Medal Awarded to The Four Seasons Resort at Troon North

Scottsdale, Arizona - Several prestigious resorts in the Troon Golf® portfolio have been awarded Gold and Silver Medals as "America's Best Resorts" in the March issue of GOLF Magazine's Biennial Reader Survey. Troon Golf, the world's leading luxury golf management, development and marketing company, is pleased to announce six prestigious awards, including The Four Seasons at Troon North, awarded one of only 22 coveted Gold Medals throughout the survey.

The survey incorporated a cross-section of over 20,000 subscribers to GOLF Magazine and evaluated the overall guest experience at the golf resort. The survey placed a strong emphasis on the quality of the main golf course, standards and overall course conditions.

GOLF Magazine recognized the following Troon Golf-managed facilities as Silver Medal winners: The Westin La Paloma Golf & Country Club and The Lodge at Ventana Canyon, Tucson Arizona; The Westin La Cantera Golf Club, San Antonio, Texas; The Westin Innisbrook Resort, Tampa Bay, Florida; Eagle Ridge Inn & Resort, Galena, Illinois; The Westin Mission Hills Resort, Rancho Mirage, California; and Waikoloa Beach Resort, Kohala Coast, Hawaii.

"We are honored for the recognition GOLF Magazine has bestowed on these magnificent golf courses," said Troon Golf President and Chief Operating Officer, Hud Hinton. "Troon Golf was founded on the precept to provide superlative golf experiences at the highest level, so we feel especially proud when our facilities are recognized among the country's best."

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Troon Golf represents over 110 management and development contracts in 21 states and 10 countries. Troon Golf properties include venues such as The Westin Turnberry Resort, Ayrshire, Scotland; The Vintage Golf Club, New South Wales, Australia; Shadow Lakes Golf Club, Brentwood, California; Kierland Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona; The Woodyard at Westbrook Country Club, Savannah, Georgia; and Cabo del Sol, Los Cabos, Mexico. Scottsdale, Arizona - Several prestigious resorts in the Troon Golf® portfolio have been awarded Gold and Silver Medals as "America's Best Resorts" in the March issue of GOLF Magazine's Biennial Reader Survey. Troon Golf, the world's leading luxury golf management, development and marketing company, is pleased to announce six prestigious awards, including The Four Seasons at Troon North, awarded one of only 22 coveted Gold Medals throughout the survey.

The survey incorporated a cross-section of over 20,000 subscribers to GOLF Magazine and evaluated the overall guest experience at the golf resort. The survey placed a strong emphasis on the quality of the main golf course, standards and overall course conditions.

GOLF Magazine recognized the following Troon Golf-managed facilities as Silver Medal winners: The Westin La Paloma Golf & Country Club and The Lodge at Ventana Canyon, Tucson Arizona; The Westin La Cantera Golf Club, San Antonio, Texas; The Westin Innisbrook Resort, Tampa Bay, Florida; Eagle Ridge Inn & Resort, Galena, Illinois; The Westin Mission Hills Resort, Rancho Mirage, California; and Waikoloa Beach Resort, Kohala Coast, Hawaii.

"We are honored for the recognition GOLF Magazine has bestowed on these magnificent golf courses," said Troon Golf President and Chief Operating Officer, Hud Hinton. "Troon Golf was founded on the precept to provide superlative golf experiences at the highest level, so we feel especially proud when our facilities are recognized among the country's best."

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Troon Golf represents over 110 management and development contracts in 21 states and 10 countries. Troon Golf properties include venues such as The Westin Turnberry Resort, Ayrshire, Scotland; The Vintage Golf Club, New South Wales, Australia; Shadow Lakes Golf Club, Brentwood, California; Kierland Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona; The Woodyard at Westbrook Country Club, Savannah, Georgia; and Cabo del Sol, Los Cabos, Mexico.
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