Scottsdale, Arizona – Six magnificent Troon Golf® resort and daily-fee courses in Arizona, Colorado and Illinois are listed in GOLF Magazine’s coveted biennial ranking of the “Top 100 You Can Play” that appears in the September 2002 issue.

Troon Golf, the world leader in upscale golf course management, development and marketing company, congratulates the following Troon Golf facilities for their dedication that earned them this important recognition.

No. 21 – Troon North Golf Club – Monument Course, Scottsdale, Arizona
No. 49 – The Ridge at Castle Pines North, Castle Rock, Colorado
No. 52 – Eagle Ridge Inn & Resort – General Course, Galena, Illinois
No. 58 – Troon North Golf Club – Pinnacle Course, Scottsdale, Arizona
No. 81 – The Lodge at Ventana Canyon – Mountain Course, Tucson, Arizona
And making its debut at No. 97 – Talking Stick Golf Club – North course, Scottsdale, Arizona

“We are honored for the recognition GOLF Magazine has bestowed on these outstanding golf courses,” said Troon Golf Executive Vice President, Operations, John Easterbrook, Jr. “Troon Golf is founded on the concept of providing superior daily-fee and resort golf experiences and these rankings, from one of the golf industry’s most coveted publications, help validate our mission.”

Serving golf course developers and operators worldwide, Troon Golf is known for its exceptionally high management standards and level of excellence. The company offers the renowned Troon Golf Experience at many of the world’s finest golf facilities through superior agronomy and championship playing conditions, and exceptional guest and member services.

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Troon Golf manages operations at more than 120 golf courses located in 23 states and 10 countries. Additionally, 23 Troon Golf facilities enjoy a Top 100 ranking by national or international publications. Troon Golf properties include The Westin Turnberry Resort, Ayrshire, Scotland; Troon North Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona; The Sagamore Club, Indianapolis, Indiana; Newport National Golf Club, Middletown, Rhode Island; Eagle Glen Golf Club, Corona, California; Kitago Golf Club, Miyazaki, Japan; and Palmilla Resort & Golf Club, Los Cabos, Mexico.