Scottsdale, Arizona – Troon Golf, the recognized world leader in luxury brand golf management, development, and marketing, is joining in the quest to conquer breast cancer. Troon Golf’s, GOLF FORE LIFE, is a yearlong program developed to help fight the often-fatal disease and provide resources to find a cure.

“In a game so parallel to life itself, we learn to face and overcome the obstacles that impede our goals. In the much greater battle against breast cancer, each day new medical procedures and research advancements bring us closer to a cure,” notes Troon Golf Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Dana Garmany. “The explosion of the golf game lends itself the ability to reach those individuals that have taken up the fastest growing, most popular sport in the world, golf, and an industry, in recent years, that has attracted more women.”

GOLF FORE LIFE will officially launch on September 12th to kickoff the yearlong mission to raise money to fight breast cancer. The program consists of a metal bag tag ornament designed as a pink ribbon that will be available for $5 each at participating Troon Golf facilities with all proceeds benefiting breast cancer research. The bag tags may also be purchased by visiting the Troon Golf website ( or by calling 1.888.TROON.US.

In order to maximize Troon Golf’s donation, key sponsors have helped in the fight by donating their services. Troon Golf’s exclusive designer, Burick Communication & Design, donated the design of the advertising collateral and O’Neil Printing Company contributed the printing of the materials.

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Troon Golf represents nearly 90 management and development contracts in 18 states and nine countries. Troon Golf properties include venues such as Turnberry Hotel, Golf Courses & Spa, A Westin Resort, Ayrshire, Scotland; Troon North Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona; Ocean Club, Paradise Island, Bahamas; The Ridge at Castle Pines North, Castle Rock, Colorado; The Westin La Cantera Resort, San Antonio, Texas; and Cabo del Sol, Los Cabos, Mexico.