Caring for each other and perpetuating a culture of “kindness” are key foundational tenets of Troon and the Troon family of brands. To that end, and through the support of Troon and generous gifts from our associates, we have established the Troon Cares Associate Relief Fund to provide short-term assistance to help bridge the financial gap. The goal of this fund is to assist full -time associates experiencing significant financial hardship during challenging times caused by the on-going pandemic and/or other catastrophic events or hardships.
Our Troon Cares Associate Relief portal is designed to offer information about our associate relief program. If you are a full-time domestic associate of Troon or a Troon company/brand (Troon Privé, Troon Golf, Honours Golf, OB Sports, Cliff Drysdale, CADDIEMASTER, RealFood, Green Golf Partners, Premier, etc.) and are facing a difficult situation, you can easily determine if you’re eligible for program assistance and apply online. And, if you’re looking to support colleagues in need, there are many ways to make a contribution to the fund, including online.
We believe that memorable and meaningful moments matter. Today and always, these values guide us as a company. In times like these, our pillars define our focus: help, inspire and lead.
Employing golf courses as safe habitats for wildlife. Troon and the agronomy staff at Whirlwind Golf Club team up with Wild at Heart to create a golf course habitat for two burrowing owls.
ROYAL GOLF CLUB RAISES OVER BHD 4,000 FOR CHILDREN’S CANCER CHARITY
On Saturday 24th April a whopping 95 people got up in the early hours of the morning to take part in Walk from Dark to Light – Charity Walk organized by 2021 Ladies Captain Denise Dunne, an on-course 5k walk to raise funds for Smile Charity; Children’s Cancer Charity, Bahrain.
Longbow Golf Club General Manager Bob McNichols Named Golf Executive of the Year by the AJGA
Longbow Golf Club General Manager Bob McNichols has been named the American Junior Golf Association’s 2020 Golf Executive of the Year. The AJGA presented the award to McNichols at the recent AJGA PING Heather Farr Classic held at Longbow.
Giving Back, Moving Forward
For Black History Month, Tom Mackin visited with four leaders representing clubs within the Troon family of brands to share their stories and experiences in the golf industry.
Chef Brendan Vermillion started his new chapter as the Exec Chef at Fairwood Golf & Country Club days before COVID-19 flipped the world upside down. Despite barley having the chance to meet and greet with members, the club is over the moon about their dining experience as it stands today.
Troon Drives H.O.P.E. celebrates the way Troon’s facilities and associates around the world are involved in charities, environmental initiatives and fundraising events.
The four elements of H.O.P.E. serve to bring these actions to light and to share the collective impact Troon facilities and associates have on our communities.
Click on the four elements to learn more about Troon Drives H.O.P.E.:
Humanitarian efforts worldwide
Opportunities to Grow the Game
Partnerships in our communities
The Club at the Dunes associates, Kyle & Don, to learn how their quick reactions and heroic behavior earned them both the title of Local Hero and the gratitude of one of their very own members.
Four siblings compete, motivate and work together on their golf games with the aid of assistant golf professional Carl Miller, at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida. Video produced by Taylor Fuller, World Golf Village associate.
People who come through golf courses every day see the remarkable conditions that can be enjoyed at properties within the Troon Family of Brands. The Team at Monarch Beach Golf Links in Dana Point, CA take us behind the scenes to see the daily work and extraordinary effort that this maintenance team puts forth every day! Video by G Social Productions.
by Breaking Par TV
Never before have the Team Troon athletes faced a golf challenge like this. Have you ever taken a boat to a tee box?
Find out the latest news from the world of Troon from Dubai to Hawaii!
Troon’s corporate and facility leadership continue to closely monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization’s (WHO) guidance related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). As always, the health and safety of our associates, members, guests, and all who visit the facilities we provide services to is our highest priority. We encourage everyone to remain measured in their response to the situation and follow the direction of the relevant federal, state, and local health authorities and medical professionals.
Our facility leaders are actively managing the unique circumstances at each of their respective facilities and have the full support of our worldwide corporate infrastructure. We take standards for cleanliness and hygiene very seriously and ask everyone to remain vigilant in taking additional steps to reduce the risk of exposure to our associates, members, guests and all who visit the facilities where we provide services. Our facilities are working every day to ensure they meet the latest guidance on cleaning and hygiene.
We continue to monitor www.coronavirus.gov and take our guidance from the relevant federal, state, and local health authorities and medical professionals. This is a fluid situation and we appreciate the collective efforts of our associates, members, and guests. We remain positive and hopeful as to the ultimate outcome of this situation, and recognize it will take time to resolve itself. We will continue to evaluate and adjust our approach in accordance with direction from the relevant federal, state and local health authorities and medical professionals.