TROON GOLF JUNIOR CAMP 2001 KICKS OFF THE SUMMER

Posted on June 26, 2001

All Proceeds Will Benefit the Phoenix Children's Hospital

SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Troon Golf, the world leader in management, development, and marketing of luxury brand golf courses, is once again organizing the Troon Golf Junior Camp for 2001. All net proceeds from this year's camp will benefit the Phoenix Children's Hospital. Talking Stick Golf Club will host the camp and juniors will experience three days of supervised golf instruction by Troon Golf Institute professionals. Additionally, juniors and their parents will enjoy three on-course play days at Troon Golf facilities in the Phoenix area.

Thanks to Troon Golf, 25 children from the City of Phoenix, Desert Mashies, Gila River Indian Community, Salt River Indian Community and Phoenix Children's Hospital will be able to experience this years' Troon Golf Camp. "For Troon Golf to provide these children the chance to participate in this golf camp gives them a unique opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the game of golf," said Tony Fiore, City of Phoenix.

"It is important to provide children the opportunity to become part of this great game when they are in their youth," said Scott Heideman, General Manager of Talking Stick Golf Club. "Early exposure and proper instruction assures them a lifelong association to the game."

Many corporate sponsors have donated items for the juniors. Troon Golf would like to thank; HJ Trophies & Awards, Titliest, Greg Norman Enterprises, Nike Golf, FootJoy, Texace, Chompies and Callaway Golf as well as the many Troon Golf professionals for their time and effort.

For more information about the Troon Golf 2001 Junior Camp, call Mark Richeson at Troon North Golf Club, 480.585.5300.

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Troon Golf manages over 90 golf courses in 17 states and 10 countries. Troon Golf facilities include; Turnberry Hotel, Golf Courses & Spa, A Westin Resort, Ayrshire, Scotland; Troon North Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona; Branson Creek Golf Club, Branson, Missouri; and Cabo del Sol, Los Cabos, Mexico. SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Troon Golf, the world leader in management, development, and marketing of luxury brand golf courses, is once again organizing the Troon Golf Junior Camp for 2001. All net proceeds from this year's camp will benefit the Phoenix Children's Hospital. Talking Stick Golf Club will host the camp and juniors will experience three days of supervised golf instruction by Troon Golf Institute professionals. Additionally, juniors and their parents will enjoy three on-course play days at Troon Golf facilities in the Phoenix area.

Thanks to Troon Golf, 25 children from the City of Phoenix, Desert Mashies, Gila River Indian Community, Salt River Indian Community and Phoenix Children's Hospital will be able to experience this years' Troon Golf Camp. "For Troon Golf to provide these children the chance to participate in this golf camp gives them a unique opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the game of golf," said Tony Fiore, City of Phoenix.

"It is important to provide children the opportunity to become part of this great game when they are in their youth," said Scott Heideman, General Manager of Talking Stick Golf Club. "Early exposure and proper instruction assures them a lifelong association to the game."

Many corporate sponsors have donated items for the juniors. Troon Golf would like to thank; HJ Trophies & Awards, Titliest, Greg Norman Enterprises, Nike Golf, FootJoy, Texace, Chompies and Callaway Golf as well as the many Troon Golf professionals for their time and effort.

For more information about the Troon Golf 2001 Junior Camp, call Mark Richeson at Troon North Golf Club, 480.585.5300.

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Troon Golf manages over 90 golf courses in 17 states and 10 countries. Troon Golf facilities include; Turnberry Hotel, Golf Courses & Spa, A Westin Resort, Ayrshire, Scotland; Troon North Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona; Branson Creek Golf Club, Branson, Missouri; and Cabo del Sol, Los Cabos, Mexico.
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