Troon selected to manage Champion Hills Club in North Carolina

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Troon has been selected to manage the Champion Hills Club, a private golf club in Hendersonville, N.C.

Set in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Champion Hills is a member-owned club and will be managed by Troon Privé, the private club operating division of Troon. Although the club and the community’s Property Owner’s Association are separate entities, the club’s general manager will have oversight over both business operations.

The Champion Hills Club is the centerpiece of the 730-acre Champion Hills residential community and Dana Schultz, a 19-year veteran of Troon, has recently been named as the club’s new general manager. The Tom Fazio-designed, 18-hole par-71 golf course opened for play in 1991 and is ranked by Golf Digest as one of the top private courses in North Carolina. The course is set an elevation of 2,500 to 3,000 feet, allowing for year-round play while providing four season beauty.

“We’re honored to be working with a club community that is so well-regarded for its exceptional hospitality and amenities,” said Bruce Glasco, executive vice president and COO, Troon.

In addition to its award-winning golf course, Champion Hills also features a 25,000 square foot clubhouse with multiple dining options; a new fitness center with classes and personal training; two lighted Har-Tru tennis courts; a heated pool, hydro spa and sun deck; Bocce ball courts; and 18 miles of marked and well-maintained walking trails.

“The proven expertise and third-party management model now being delivered by Troon Privé provides Champion Hills Club assurance that our improvements in membership growth and member satisfaction will continue, but in a more expedited and comprehensive manner,” said Randy Raup, president of the club’s Board of Governors. “We are very pleased with the quality, professionalism and expertise of the Troon team members already supporting our club.”

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