Thanksgiving Point Golf Club In Midst of Multi-Phase Enhancement Project Thanksgiving Point Golf Club In Midst of Multi-Phase Enhancement Project
1      Thanksgiving Point Golf Club In Midst of Multi-Phase Enhancement Project

Lehi–Thanksgiving Point Golf Club, located adjacent to the Thanksgiving Point Institute, approximately 25 miles south of Salt Lake City in Lehi, is in the midst of a multi-phase enhancement project. Enhancements began in May and will continue throughout the summer with daily golf play minimally impacted. Improvements are touching every aspect of the clubhouse and golf course.

In early May, Troon, the world’s largest course management company, began managing operations at Thanksgiving Point Golf Club with the directive from ownership to enhance the entire club experience – from customer service, infrastructure, agronomy, programs and food and beverage operations. The Troon team wasted little time as recently completed improvement projects include new paint, furniture and décor throughout the interior of the clubhouse; the debut of the Clubhouse Grill; enhanced landscaping at the front of the clubhouse; repaving of the club’s parking lot; plus, the addition of new meeting space and a bridal suite. Additional projects on the horizon include a new roof on the clubhouse, expanded family and junior programming and the launch of a new annual pass program.

“It’s an exciting time at Thanksgiving Point Golf Club,” said Chris Thomas, general manager, Thanksgiving Point Golf Club. “We’ve made a number of improvements in-and-around the clubhouse and have other projects either planned or in the works. Guests and frequent golfers are definitely taking note of the changes and appreciate our attention to detail. The future is bright for Thanksgiving Point Golf Club.”

In addition to improvements in-and-around the clubhouse, the agronomy team will soon begin upgrading the course’s irrigation system with newer, more-efficient sprinkler heads and valves. Plans are also being made for a bunker enhancement project and practice facility updates.

For more information on Thanksgiving Point Golf Club, visit www.thanksgivingpointgolfclub.com or call 801-768-7400.

About Thanksgiving Point Golf Club

Named one of the “Best Golf Courses You Can Play in Utah” by Golfweek Magazine, Thanksgiving Point Golf Club opened for play in 1997. The 7,714-yard course was designed by Johnny Miller and is recognized as one of the longest courses in the state. Thanksgiving Point has hosted numerous high-profile golf events, including the Web.com Tour’s Utah Championship; The Champions Challenge, which featured the likes of Jack Nicklaus, John Daly, Laura Davies, Fuzzy Zoeller, Gary Player and more; and the Utah State Amateur Championship.

About Troon

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., Troon is the world’s largest golf management company providing services at more than 330 locations around the globe, including 280 golf courses at 246 facilities. 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 35 states and 30 countries, divisions of Troon include Troon Golf, Honours Golf, Troon Privé (the private club operating division of Troon), Troon International and Cliff Drysdale Management. There are currently 60 Troon-affiliated properties featuring 80 golf courses on national and international “Top 100” rankings. Troon-affiliated properties include Bayside Resort Golf Club in Selbyville, Delaware; Kapalua on Maui, Hawaii; Mauna Lani Resort on the Kohala Coast on Hawaii; Pronghorn in Bend, Oregon; Lofoten Links in Norway; and Mollymook Golf Club in Australia. For additional news and information, visit www.Troon.com, or connect with Troon on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Blog, Press Room, or subscribe to Troon Golf & Travel.

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