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Looking for a winter getaway? See what Troon has to offer up in Phoenix area
When the weather begins to take a turn for the worse in the Pacific Northwest, many golfers don’t hang their clubs up for the season. They jump on a plane and head to warmer locales for a winter fix of golf in destinations such as Phoenix/Scottsdale, Palm Springs, Tucson and the like. In all there is one common denominator: Troon.
Troon is the world’s largest golf course management company with courses around the country and around the world. But for those Pacific Northwest golfers needing a close fix of sun and golf in the winter months, Arizona is the easiest and quickest getaway. Troon oversees the operations at multiple Top 100 courses in Arizona and many of the Grand Canyon State’s must plays. Each recognized for outstanding conditions and set in stunning locations that capture the essence of the Southwest. From the awe-inspiring magnificence of Troon North Golf Club in Scottsdale, to the fun filled golf at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, each facility is maintained to impeccable standards, a Troon hallmark. Golfers headed to the Arizona and to Troon can plan their vacation with confidence knowing that no less than 11 Troon affiliated courses are ranked in Golfweek’s Best: State-by-State Courses You Can Play for 2016. Speaking of vacations,
Troon makes it easy to plan your next Arizona getaway with customized packages via Troon Golf Vacations (visit www.TroonGolfVacations.com or call 1 (800) 243-5281). Or, for details not only on packages but group outings and tee times visit www.TroonGolfAZ.com
There are plenty of courses in the Phoenix area to choose from to tee it up at when you want to make the escape from the Pacific Northwest in the winter months.
Phoenix/Scottsdale area courses within the Troon Golf portfolio include: Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club, The Boulders (two courses), Copper Canyon Golf Club, Golf Club of Estrella, Lookout Mountain Golf Club, Ocotillo Golf Resort (27 holes), The Phoenician, Poston Butte Golf Club, SunRidge Canyon Golf Club, Troon North Golf Club (two courses), The Westin Kierland Golf Club and Whirlwind Golf Club at Wild Horse Pass (two courses). Tucson area courses include: The Gallery Golf Club, El Conquistador Golf & Tennis, The Westin La Paloma and Sewailo at Casino Del Sol.