Corby W. Foster Named General Manager Of Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club
Posted on August 15, 2017
Troon is proud to announce that Corby W. Foster has been named as the new general manager at Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club in Wickenburg, Ariz. Troon recently began managing the golf and club operations at the award-winning facility located just outside of Phoenix. To celebrate the new partnership, Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club will be hosting a pair of Customer Appreciation Days on August 24th and 31st. The all-day events will give Troon Card holders and past guests a chance to play Wickenburg Ranch for just a cart fee.
Foster has worked with Troon since 2003 and most recently served as the general manager
at Golf Club of Estrella in Goodyear, Ariz. Prior to Golf Club of Estrella, Foster served as the assistant general manager at Troon North Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz. He has also worked in the Troon corporate office in a variety of roles, including financial analyst and operations director. A graduate of Arizona State University, Foster is a member of the Club Managers Association of America.
Located in historic Wickenburg, Arizona, approximately one hour northwest of downtown Phoenix near the intersection of Highways 89 and 93, Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club
will ultimately become an exclusively private club reserved for members and their guests. For
a limited time as the community builds out, this spectacular club will be open to a controlled amount of unaccompanied non-member play.
“Corby is the perfect person to lead the golf and club operations at Wickenburg Ranch,” said Mitch Harrell, president, Troon Golf. “He is a great leader, an outstanding communicator and his experience operating multi-amenity clubs is impressive.”
The Golf & Social Club is the centerpiece of the Wickenburg Ranch community. The club’s 18-hole par 71 course, known as Big Wick, opened in 2015. Since opening, Big Wick has received numerous accolades including being named No. 4 on Golf Digest’s list of “Top 10 Best New Courses in North America” in 2015 and No. 5 on Golfweek’s 2017 list of “Best Courses You Can Play in Arizona.”