Troon Adds to Impressive International Portfolio

Sunset at Peregian Springs Golf Club.
Sunset at Peregian Springs Golf Club.

Sydney, Australia: Asian Golf Industry Federation Executive Member Troon has added another venue to its impressive international portfolio with the announcement it has been selected to manage Peregian Springs Golf Club.
Further diversifying the choice for international golfers travelling down under, golfers now have five Troon-managed facilities to choose from in Australia as they look to play on the finest playing surfaces, experience incredible guest service and enjoy unmatched amenities by Troon.
Located 15 minutes from downtown Noosa and the Beachfront of Hastings St, Queensland, and within easy reach of the Sunshine Coast Airport, the 18-hole course forms the focal point of the Peregian Springs residential estate.
Opened in 2003 and designed by Phil Scott, father to 2013 Masters champion Adam Scott, the parkland layout represents a superb daily fee and membership option for the local and international golfer. A spectacular native bushland setting with relatively flat fairways, the course is a pleasure for golfers of all ages and abilities, protected by strategic water features and bunkering with four teeing options on every hole.
“We are extremely proud to welcome Peregian Springs Golf Club to the family. Troon has had a long-standing privileged position in Australia, being associated with some of its finest courses. This new dawn for the venue will be an extremely exciting time, as Troon shapes a fresh path ensuring all visitors to the Sunshine Coast book a visit to Peregian Springs Golf Club on their itinerary,” said Bruce Glasco, Chief Operating Officer, Managing Director, Troon International Division and a Board Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
The venue is complemented by the clubhouse, providing full access to members and guests alike, including its pro shop and locker room amenities. Each guest is welcome to use the club’s all-encompassing practice facilities, including the tuition centre with full driving range and short-game practice areas.
Under the guidance of David Lunardelli, Troon’s Director of Agronomy for the APAC region, the course has already seen substantial improvements, elevating the standards of golf course conditioning, playing surfaces and agronomic practices dramatically.
Peregian Springs Golf Club will continue to develop the overall golf presentation under the guidance of Troon, with ensuing increase to rounds over the next few years, to produce one of the best golf courses in the region.
“Under the stewardship of Troon, Peregian Springs’ members and visitors are safe in the knowledge that our development will continue as we strive for the highest possible quality and consistent delivery of memorable experiences to them all,” said Declan McCollam, Chief Executive Officer, Peregian Springs Golf Club.
“The course has already come on leaps and bounds, readily acknowledged by our ownership group and our thanks go to our committed team who have flourished under Troon’s guidance. We are committed to forging an even stronger working partnership with the experts at Troon to develop the venue even further, growing our daily fee and membership options to become the premier course in the area.”

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