Troon Golf has teamed up with Glenmorangie to identify the world’s 18 most ‘unnecessarily well made‘ golf courses.
Monthly prize winners drawn from entrants making a course nomination will be invited to experience a Troon-managed venue from its global portfolio.
Nick Faldo, Tony Jacklin, Robert Trent Jones Jr. and golf course photographer David Canon will deliberate and identify the 18 courses that best conform to the ‘unnecessarily well made’ criteria.
Nominations should be made via the microsite www.glenmorangie.com/golf, with each entry put forward into the Troon-experience prize draw.
“Glenmorangie and Troon Golf have the strong brand synergies of discerning experiences, excellence and meticulous process,” said Bruce Glasco, Managing Director, International Operations, Troon Golf.
“The ‘unnecessarily well made’ golf course campaign is centred on a topic that has long been debated by golfers the world over, and it will be interesting to see what the distinguished ambassadors come up with.
“I know I speak for all our venues when I saw we are thrilled to be involved and look forward to giving each winner a memorable experience.”
Troon Golf’s global portfolio includes the likes of Abu Dhabi Golf Club – host of the European Tour’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship – The Grove and Prince’s Golf Club.
“Troon Golf presented an obvious partner for our campaign,” added Michael Atkinson, Glenmorangie’s Global Marketing Manager.
“They are responsible for some of the world’s finest courses and have a reputation around the world for their attention to detail and unparalleled expertise. We pride ourself on similar values, which will see this relationship flourish.”