TROON INTRODUCES NEW TROON CARD SUMMER TEST DRIVE IN ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA
Scottsdale, Ariz. (April 22, 2019) – Troon®, the leader in club management, development and marketing, has introduced a new Troon Card Summer Test Drive promotion for Arizona and California. The Troon Card Summer Test Drive is an opportunity for golfers to experience all the benefits of being a Troon Cardholder, while playing many of the top golf courses in their respective state.
Arizona Summer Troon Cards can be purchased for $99 for a 2019 Arizona Summer TwoSome Card or $139 for a 2019 Arizona Summer FourSome card at www.troon.com/Troon-Card-Summer-Test-Drive.dept. Arizona Summer Troon Cardholders will enjoy rates of up to 50 percent off, “2 for 1” golf offers, Troon’s “Best Rate Guarantee” and more at Troon-affiliated facilities across the state, including:
- Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club in Maricopa
- Boulders Resort & Spa in Scottsdale
- Copper Canyon Golf Club in Buckeye
- El Conquistador Golf & Tennis in Tucson
- Golf Club of Estrella in Goodyear
- Laughlin Ranch Golf Club in Bullhead City
- Lookout Mountain Golf Club in Phoenix
- Longbow Golf Club in Mesa
- Poston Butte Golf Club in Florence
- Quintero Golf Club in Peoria
- Sewailo Golf Club in Tucson
- The Phoenician Golf Club in Scottsdale
- The Westin Kierland Golf Club in Scottsdale
- Troon North Golf Club in Scottsdale
- Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler
- Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club in Wickenburg
California Summer Troon Cards can be purchased for $69 for a 2019 California Summer TwoSome Card or $99 for a 2019 California Summer FourSome card at www.troon.com/Troon-Card-Summer-Test-Drive.dept. California Summer Troon Cardholders will enjoy rates of up to 50 percent off, “2 for 1” golf offers, Troon’s “Best Rate Guarantee” and more at Troon-affiliated facilities across the state, including:
- Ashwood Golf Course in Apple Valley
- Indian Wells Golf Resort in Indian Wells
- La Quinta Resort & Club in La Quinta
- PGA WEST in La Quinta
- Maderas Golf Club in Poway
- Shadow Hills Golf Club in Indio
- The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa in Rancho Mirage
- Diablo Grande Golf & Country Club in Patterson
- Hiddenbrooke Golf Club in Vallejo
- Saddle Creek Golf Resort in Copperopolis
- Yocha Dehe Golf Club in Brooks
Arizona Summer Troon Cards are valid for five months, from May 1 through September 30, 2019, while California Summer Troon Cards are valid for four months, from May 1 through August 31, 2019. In addition, to savings on golf throughout the summer, Summer Troon Cardholders will also receive a $50 credit towards the purchase of any 2020 Arizona or National Troon Card. 2020 Troon Cards go on sale October 1, 2019 and will be valid for use November 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020.
Both Arizona and California Summer Troon Cardholders may reserve tee times within three-days of their desired date of play and enjoy up to 50 percent off golf fees. For those who can’t wait until three days out to book their tee time, with Troon Card’s Best Rate Guarantee, Troon Cardholders can book any online rate and still receive 15 percent off their golf fees at check in. The benefits of being a Troon Cardholder go beyond savings on golf. Troon Cardholders can improve their golf games by participating in complimentary clinics, play more golf with exclusive replay rates and explore the world of Troon with customized experience packages. Plus, Troon Cardholders can treat their friends, and themselves, to “2 for 1” golf offers.
Additional Troon Card benefits include the Troon Card Facebook Group and Text Club, which provides instant news and special offers exclusively to Cardholders, 10 percent off merchandise at participating golf shops and golf course restaurants, Troon Card E-News with monthly special offers, appreciation events, and the ability to book tee times online at www.TroonCardTeeTimes.com.
To view a list of participating courses, see Troon Card rates or to purchase an Arizona or California Summer Troon Card online, go to www.troon.com/Troon-Card-Summer-Test-Drive.dept or visit any participating facility.
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., Troon is the world’s largest golf management company providing services at more than 430 locations around the globe, including managing 470 18-hole equivalent golf courses. In addition to golf, Troon specializes in homeowner association management, private residence clubs, estate management and associated hospitality venues. Troon’s award-winning food and beverage division operates and manages more than 150 restaurants located at golf resorts, private clubs, daily fee golf courses and recreational facilities. With properties located in 45 states and 33 countries, divisions of Troon include Troon Golf, Honours Golf, Troon Privé (the private club operating division of Troon), Troon International, OB Sports, Cliff Drysdale Management and RealFood Consulting. There are currently 67 Troon-affiliated properties featuring 87 golf courses on national and international “Top 100” rankings. Troon-affiliated properties include Belfair in Bluffton, South Carolina; Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club in Wickenburg, Ariz.; Yocha Dehe Golf Club in Brooks, Calif.; Saadiyat Beach Golf Club in Abu Dhabi, UAE; and Buenaventura Golf Club in Panama. For additional news and information, visit www.Troon.com, or connect with Troon on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Blog, Press Room, or subscribe to Troon Magazine.
Arizona Golf Association Presents First Networking Golf Clinics for Young Professionals
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Arizona Golf Association Presents First Networking Golf Clinics for Young Professionals
March 4, 2019: Scottsdale, AZ – The Arizona Golf Association (AGA) has just finished their first official Happy Hour Golf Clinic, at Talking Stick Resort Golf Club in partnership with the Scottsdale Rising Young Professionals (SRYP), a program of the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce for young professionals ages 23-‐39. The golf clinic included 40 participants with four PGA professionals and the networking portion had approximately 60 participants.
“The average age of golfers in the United States is over 50,” AGA Executive Director, Ed Gowen stated. “There are some outstanding programs for children and teens in Arizona, but I felt there was a void for young professionals. The AGA feels it’s vital to attract young professionals to the game of golf because they are at a time in their life where they are finishing school, starting their careers, looking to make business connections, and enjoy life with their family and friends. Golf is the perfect solution and we feel creating these clinics is the right answer to grow our sport.”
AGA Happy Hour Golf Clinics are interactive, social events that allow golf courses and young professional networking groups to team up and host engaging 90 minute events that provide golf instruction, fun and building genuine relationships. The golf clinics consist of two 30-‐minute sessions of basic instruction to the game of golf accompanied by the third session… Happy Hour.
“Golf is a valuable lifestyle tool that can assist in building relationships at all stages of life. Golf is also a vital part of the Scottsdale business community, both as an industry and as a networking tool,” said Julie Plummer, Program and Events Manager for the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce. “We found the event to be a perfect value add for our Scottsdale Rising Young Professionals. The turnout was great, and the energy of the event was so positive and powerful. I couldn’t be more thrilled.”
AGA Happy Hour Golf Clinics are open to any and all chambers of commerce and young professional organizations, groups, associations, and even companies. The AGA organize the program with a local golf course. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Colltey Sheldon at [email protected] or visit www.agahappyhour.com
About the Arizona Golf Association:
The Arizona Golf Association (AGA), which was founded in 1923, is a not-‐for-‐profit 501(c)(4) association that serves as the official governing body of amateur golf in Arizona. What started as a small group of golfers who got together to run the annual Amateur Championship has grown to an association of more than 700 men’s and women’s clubs, serving nearly 80,000 individual members. Today the AGA is a volunteer-‐based organization directed by amateur golfers passionately dedicated to promoting the game of golf and providing valuable benefits and services to its members.
Avid Golfer Passbook
The Avid Golfer Passbook is coming soon!
GHP ONLINE (for Club Administrators):
We are in the process of creating short 3-5 minute instructional videos on various administrative functions within GHP. If you have questions please contact the AGA office at 602-944-3035 or 800-458-8484 (in state).
Adding additional member addresses How to add additional addresses and specify a date range for each address.
Inactivate Members: How to set your club up to automatically inactivate those members that have not paid by December 31, 2013.
Click on the links below for short videos on how to use the Tournament Pairings Program – refers to the client (desktop) version of TPP
TPP: Set-up and Operation:
Help: This demonstration is an overview about accessing and navigating the program’s Help Files.
Add and Edit Course: This demonstration is an overview of methods to add and import courses, as well as, an explanation of the many course maintenance tasks.
Master Player List: This demonstration is an advanced overview of the Master Player List feature. The Master Player List is a storage portal of player information which can be used when adding players to future events.
Internet Connection: This demonstration is an overview of the methods and options for communication settings.
Check Software Updates and Optional Components: This demonstration is an overview of the process of getting the most current updates to the program.
How to Best Utilize TPP in a Network Environment: This demonstration is an overview of deciding how to best utilize TPP when your environment for the GHIN Handicap Program is a Network.
TPP: Set Up and Run a Tournament
Create/Edit Tournament: This demonstration is an overview of tournament creation methods; including selection, initial setup, deletion and editing.
Import/Export (Back-up) Tournaments: This demonstration is an overview of the methods for backing up, as well as, restoration of tournament data.
Teams: This demonstration is an overview of the Create and Remove Teams features.
Flights: This demonstration is an overview of the Create and Remove Flights features.
Scoring: This demonstration is an overview about Stroke Play and Match Play scoring.
Gift Certificate, Points, Merchandise Management: This demonstration is an overview of the options included in Gift Certificate creation, Points and Merchandise Management.
Hole Location Sheets: This demonstration is an overview of the hole location feature, including preparation of hole location sheet generation.
Add Players: This demonstration is an overview of the various methods to add players to tournaments, including information about the Master Player List. The Master Player List is a storage portal of player information which can be used when adding players to future events.
Import/Export Players: This demonstration is an overview of the methods and options for importing/exporting players to and from tournaments.
Player Management, Substitution and Waiting List: This demonstration is an overview of the Player Management, Player Substitutions and Waiting List Management features.
Update Handicap Indexes: This demonstration is an overview of the methods to retrieve the Handicap Index for players entered in a tournament.
Stroke Play: This demonstration is an overview of the Stoke Play Pairings features.
Match Play: This demonstration is an overview of the Match Play Pairings and Round Robin Pairings features.
Round Robin and Reports: This demonstration is an overview of the methods and options required for Round Robin Pairings, including the basics about Round Robin Pairing reports.
TPP: Reports and Score Cards
Report Overview and Printing: This demonstration is an overview of the Report Menu and it’s features, including the basics on report maintenance, such as editing, copying and printing.
Report Designer: This demonstration is an basic overview of the options and features available in the Report Designer.
Advanced Report Designer: This demonstration is an advanced overview of the Report Designer, including specifics about the many options and features available.
Score Card Designer: This demonstration is an overview of the many options and features available in the Score Card Designer.
Score Card Printing: This demonstration is an overview of the options and methods for generating and printing score cards.
Import/Export Reports and Score Cards: This demonstration is an overview of the methods and options for the transfer of custom Report and Score Card designs.
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GHIN Tournament Pairings Program (TPP)
Quick Start Guide
Installing on Windows 7
Installing on Windows 8.1
Download TPP Software
Importing Players into TPP
Error Messages when Downloading For those that have the EZLinks TMS software installed on your desktop or laptop, you may encounter an error message when installing: “Cannot open database requested in login ‘GHINTPP’. Login fails. Login failed for user ‘sa’.” Below there are links to the fix for the problem. One is a document only and the other includes a series of screen shots.
TPP Installation Fix
TPP Installation Fix with Screenshots
Club Kiosk Setup
GHIN Post a Score icon
GHIN Administration icon
GHIN label printer file