Red Hawk Golf and Resort picks Troon

Red Hawk Golf and Resort picks Troon

Nevada facility features 18-hole courses designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and Hale Irwin.

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Troon has been selected to manage Red Hawk Golf and Resort, a semi-private facility located in Sparks, Nevada just outside of Reno. Troon Golf, the resort and daily-fee operations division of Troon, will oversee Red Hawk’s golf operations, agronomy, lodging, sales and marketing, as well as the property’s food and beverage operations.

Red Hawk Golf and Resort features two 18-hole golf courses — The Lakes Course, which opened in 1997, and The Hills Course, which opened for play in 2005. The Lakes Course is a 7,410-yard Robert Trent Jones Jr. design that winds through natural lakes and mature cottonwood trees. Meanwhile, the par-71, 7,106-yard Hills Course is a Hale Irwin design known for its small greens, dramatic elevation changes and big sky views.

Through Red Hawk’s semi-private designation, the club is open to full golf members, daily-fee play, annual pass holders, group events and resort guests. The Villas at Red Hawk, a collection of nine suites of varying sizes, provides a luxurious lodging alternative to Reno’s casinos, while allowing guests effortless access to the property’s golf, event, banquet, food and beverage, and fitness facilities.

“Red Hawk Golf and Resort selected Troon Golf to manage our golf resort and to take Red Hawk to the ‘next level’ of pure golf and exclusive private club membership, opening up the world of Troon for our members,” Red Hawk Golf and Resort owner Albert D. Seeno Jr. said. “Soon there will be no question that Red Hawk Golf and Resort is truly the best semi-private golf club in Northern Nevada.”

“Red Hawk is a fantastic property that we welcome the opportunity to manage and improve upon,” Troon Golf president Mitch Harrell said. “We will be deploying many of our resources to further elevate the Red Hawk Golf and Resort brand and the overall experience.”