TROON GOLF INSTITUTE IN AUSTRALIA ADDS TOP TEACHING PROFESSIONAL

Posted on March 20, 2002

Golf ‘Guru' Gary Edwin joins Glades Golf Club

Scottsdale, Arizona - Australia's leading golf instructor, Gary Edwin, has joined Queensland's number one rated golf course, the Glades Golf & Spa, to establish the ‘Troon Golf Institute with Gary Edwin'.

After successful stints at Palm Meadows and Hope Island Resort, Gary has announced that he will work with the world's leading golf management company, Troon Golf, to establish one of Australia's best golf teaching facilities. The ‘Troon Golf Institute with Gary Edwin' will be established at the Glades Golf & Spa on the Gold Coast. Designed by Greg Norman and owned by Ian Baker-Finch, the course has recently been voted the No. 1 Resort Course in Australia.

The Institute will not only allow Gary Edwin to continue his mentoring of tour professionals such as Peter Lonard, Paul Gow and Rod Pampling, but will provide an opportunity for golfers at all levels to access advice from one of Australia's most respected golf instructors.

Troon Golf Australia-Pacific Division Senior Vice-President Bruce Glasco said that the appointment of Gary Edwin to the Glades Golf & Spa would reinforce the club's standing as the premier golf club in Queensland. "Gary Edwin is revered as a ‘guru' in Australian golf and we are delighted that he has accepted the position at the Glades Golf & Spa," said Mr. Glasco. "The great thing for our members and visitors is that while Gary has a number of high profile players in his stable, his greatest satisfaction is helping everyday golfers improve their handicap. They will now be able to receive the highest level of golf tutoring at one of Australia's best practice facilities."

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; Talking Stick Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona; Carmel Valley Ranch, Carmel, California; The Vintage Golf Club, New South Wales, Australia; Phoenix Seagaia Resort, Miyazaki, Japan; and Cabo del Sol, Los Cabos, Mexico. Scottsdale, Arizona - Australia's leading golf instructor, Gary Edwin, has joined Queensland's number one rated golf course, the Glades Golf & Spa, to establish the ‘Troon Golf Institute with Gary Edwin'.

After successful stints at Palm Meadows and Hope Island Resort, Gary has announced that he will work with the world's leading golf management company, Troon Golf, to establish one of Australia's best golf teaching facilities. The ‘Troon Golf Institute with Gary Edwin' will be established at the Glades Golf & Spa on the Gold Coast. Designed by Greg Norman and owned by Ian Baker-Finch, the course has recently been voted the No. 1 Resort Course in Australia.

The Institute will not only allow Gary Edwin to continue his mentoring of tour professionals such as Peter Lonard, Paul Gow and Rod Pampling, but will provide an opportunity for golfers at all levels to access advice from one of Australia's most respected golf instructors.

Troon Golf Australia-Pacific Division Senior Vice-President Bruce Glasco said that the appointment of Gary Edwin to the Glades Golf & Spa would reinforce the club's standing as the premier golf club in Queensland. "Gary Edwin is revered as a ‘guru' in Australian golf and we are delighted that he has accepted the position at the Glades Golf & Spa," said Mr. Glasco. "The great thing for our members and visitors is that while Gary has a number of high profile players in his stable, his greatest satisfaction is helping everyday golfers improve their handicap. They will now be able to receive the highest level of golf tutoring at one of Australia's best practice facilities."

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; Talking Stick Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona; Carmel Valley Ranch, Carmel, California; The Vintage Golf Club, New South Wales, Australia; Phoenix Seagaia Resort, Miyazaki, Japan; and Cabo del Sol, Los Cabos, Mexico.
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