Tenerife, Spain: Asian Golf Industry Federation Executive Member Troon Golf showcased its global footprint during last week’s International Golf Travel Market (IGTM).
Troon utilised one of the world’s foremost golf travel events to provide tour operators with the opportunity to partner with its prestigious golf properties.
“We were excited about the chance to exhibit such a rich and diverse collective of bespoke packages from our venues. This year represents our most extensive list yet for tour operator partners,” said Ian Bulleid, Director of Sales and Marketing, Troon International Division.
“For the tour operator, Troon has the ability provide a shortcut to properties across the globe, providing clear business opportunities for all concerned. Troon has, and remains a benchmark for quality. We’re excited to welcome new contacts, as well as enhancing relationships with existing partners.”
In its 25th anniversary year, Troon remains steadfast in its approach to create unmatched service levels and memorable golf experiences.
This is evident throughout Troon’s global portfolio, which currently oversees operations at more than 250 courses properties in 27 countries, including the likes Abu Dhabi Golf Club, UAE; Las Colinas Golf & Country Club, Spain; and The Grove, England.
Its delivery at high-end luxury golf properties and developments has enabled Troon to capture a niche in the golf and hospitality industry, providing a diverse collection of golf experiences all under one brand.
During its celebratory year, Troon has continued to welcome new facilities to the family, including Lofoten Links, Norway; PalmGolf Marrakech – Ourika, Morocco; and Al Zorah Golf Club, Ajman, UAE.
Troon’s newest course in the Middle East, and the first golf club in six years for the UAE, is the Al Zorah Golf Club. The course is designed by Nicklaus Design, and, having recently unveiled stunning imagery of the course, Al Zorah has opened its doors to membership enquiries with their full opening scheduled for December 2015.
Tokyo, Japan: The Professional Golfers’ Association of Japan, one of Asia’s eldest and most respected sporting organisations, has joined the Asian Golf Industry Federation.