November 9, 2020
Troon International Raises over $10,000 for Charities
News, Women's Golf
Troon International and Troon managed facilities around the world have raised over $10,000 during the month of October through fundraising initiatives and awareness driving events in honour of Troon Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Celebrated each year in October, our facilities worldwide are encouraged to activate awareness driving initiatives and fundraising events for this important cause. Troon-managed golf courses fly pink checkered flags on their 18th greens, a visual representation that helps raise awareness about breast cancer prevention and screening exams. And many facilities around the world host events and activities dedicated to women; from Par 3 Tournaments, Night Golf and Complimentary Clinics to discounts on pink merchandise in their golf shops.
This year, the Troon International office located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates partnered with a local charity, Brest Friends and the Al Jalila Foundation to donate AED 100 of every Troon Executive Card sold during the month of October. Tremendous efforts from the corporate team and the associates at Troon facilities in the UAE, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia resulted in over AED 13,000 being donated at the close of October to this great cause.
And Troon’s international facilities the world over have been out in force throughout October with some fantastic fundraising activities and social events to raise awareness.
The Els Club Dubai, UAE
The Els Club Dubai hosted the Ladies Breast Cancer Awareness pairs scramble event which saw 58 players participate, receiving donations of over AED 4,500 which will be donated to the local UAE charity, Brest Friends.
Arabian Ranches Golf Club, UAE
A special ladies event was hosted by the team at Arabian Ranches Golf Club which saw a fun morning of golf followed by some delicious food and beverages. 32 players turned out in pink to enjoy the course and raise awareness.
Montgomerie Golf Club Dubai, UAE
Montgomerie Golf Club Dubai ran a fantastic fundraising event for local UAE charity, Brest Friends, which saw 68 players enjoy the exceptional course, with a total of AED 5,375 being donated for this brilliant cause.
The Track Meydan Golf, UAE
The Track Meydan Golf welcomed 17 ladies to enjoy a fun game of golf to raise awareness for Troon Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Royal Golf Club, Bahrain
The Royal Golf Club in Bahrain enjoyed a month filled with pink themed activities. They hosted a Breast Cancer Awareness Tournament with 18 ladies, including members, guests and new players, joined by a member of the team to complete each four-ball, enjoying 9-holes under the floodlights followed by a delicious dinner! Another fantastic awareness driving activity the team ran was the 2-for-1 offer on the Wee Monty course for anyone wearing pink during October; nearly 100 players dressed in pink enjoyed that offer!
Prestige Golfshire Club, India
The team at Prestige Golfshire in India hosted their Ladies Golf Day, with players enjoying a fun Stableford Tournament at this fantastic course in Bangalore, India.
The Els Club Desaru Coast & The Els Club Teluk Datai, Malaysia
At The Els Club Malaysia courses, they have been activating Troon Breast Cancer Awareness Month in many different ways to raise both awareness and funds for this important cause. From special Ladies Packages at The Ocean Course at Els Club Desaru Coast to limited-edition merchandise available in-store, the courses have been pushing the message all month long. And for every tee time in the month of October, The Els Club Malaysia courses donated RM5 to the National Cancer Society of Malaysia. During the month of October, they raised RM8,890 for charity!
Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club, Australia
At Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club in Australia the Tee Off for Breast Cancer event on 16th October 2020 saw a great turnout of local golfers, dressed in pink in celebration of Troon Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and even some golf carts enjoyed the dress code! The event raised over AUD$ 8,000 for the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia.