Maderas Golf Club • San Diego, California

Palmilla Beach Golf Club • Port Aransas, Texas

Ocean Club • Paradise Island, Bahamas

Silverado Resort and Spa • Napa, California

The Phoenician • Scottsdale, Arizona

Palmilla Golf Club • Los Cabos, Mexico

Ocean Edge Resort & Club • Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Kapalua • Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii

Lake of Isles • North Stonington, Connecticut

Indian Wells Golf Resort • Indian Wells, California

Pronghorn • Bend, Oregon

Princeville Makai Golf Club • Princeville, Hawaii

Golf Club of Estrella • Goodyear, Arizona

La Cantera Hill Country Resort • San Antonio, Texas

Red Ledges Golf Club • Heber City, Utah

Troon North Golf Club • Scottsdale, Arizona

Ocotillo Golf Resort • Chandler, Arizona

The Ridge • Castle Pines, Colorado

Troon Values Your Time

Troon Values Your Time

Troon has introduced a plan to ensure that every golfer at every Troon-managed facility has an enjoyable golf experience while playing in a reasonable amount of time. Pace-of -play continues to be one of the top complaints among golfers so Troon is addressing this issue by establishing the Troon Values Your Time program. And since no two courses are the same, the approach is flexible enough for Troon-managed facilities to tailor their pace-of-play expectations, while maintaining consistency in the program with three essential elements.

These main elements include:
Troon Values Your Time
  • TIME PAR Each Troon facility has calculated its own TIME PAR by evaluating the appropriate length of time a golfer should comfortably play and enjoy the course. Look for these established TIME PARS when booking a tee time; on tee time confirmation emails; logo displays in the golf shop, on staff uniforms, printed on scorecards and yardage books, and signage throughout the property.
  • PACESETTER Times Troon facilities are implementing PACESETTER Times, which are designated morning tee times reserved for players committed to playing quickly in at least 20 minutes under the facility's TIME PAR. This creates options for those looking to play in less time and also creates a steady pace-of-play for tee times throughout the day.
  • PACESETTER Tips In line with efforts from both the USGA and the Golf Channel, Troon has identified similar tips and guidelines to help golfers manage their own pace of play.
PACESETTER Tips
  1. Play your tees: Choose a set of tees with a rating of 142 minus your handicap index. Or just tee it forward.
  2. Play Ready Golf (tee to green): When a player is at their ball or on the tee box and is ready to play, they should play. Take no more than 45 seconds to hit your shot.
  3. Be cart smart: Drop off your partner and drive to your ball. When you leave the cart, take three clubs, not one. Park behind greens.
  4. Use rules with discretion: Take no more than three minutes to look for balls and take relief.
  5. Keep Moving: Proceed quickly to your ball and be ready when it's your turn to hit.
  6. See it, read it, hole it: While others are putting, prepare for your putt. Go to the next tee.
  7. Be accountable: Recognize that slow play isn't just other players' fault.
Don't take this too serious, relax and enjoy your round!
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