SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – Troon, the leader in providing golf and club-related leisure and hospitality services, is pleased to announce it has been selected to manage Oldfield, a private, member-owned community in Okatie, South Carolina. 

Troon Privé, the private club operating division of Troon, will manage golf operations and agronomy, the Equestrian Center, Sports Club, Outfitters Center, food & beverage, and membership marketing, as well as Oldfield’s community association.

Located along the banks of the Okatie River, Oldfield is “Lowcountry Living. Perfected.” Oldfield, an Audubon International Certified Sustainable Community, offers an array of amenities for residents and members, including an 18-hole Greg Norman-designed golf course; Sports Club with cardio and strength training equipment, heated lap pool, large outdoor pool, wellness and nutrition clinics, and tennis and pickleball courts; and an Equestrian Center. 

Oldfield’s Outfitters Center provides a comprehensive offering of outdoor activities including fishing, boating, and boat storage, shooting sports, kayaking, and nature programming, which capitalize on the community’s outdoor lifestyle.The River Club is the community’s centerpiece for dining, relaxing and conversation, affording members and guests with panoramic views of the marsh and river. The Magnolia Grill, located in the Oldfield Clubhouse, is a casual dining destination for lunch and dinner.

“We feel privileged to be entrusted by both Boards at Oldfield, Club and Community Association, as they seek to further elevate the quality of the lifestyle experience for all residents and members,” said Joe Langford, vice president of operations for Troon. “Our team is thrilled to get started at Oldfield and will look to further elevate the club and community in terms of service, food and beverage offerings, experience, and more.”

“Troon Privé has extensive experience in managing premium private clubs and communities similar to Oldfield. This expertise and leadership will be critical as we navigate the changing landscape for the private, lifestyle communities while remaining true to the essence of Oldfield that initially drew us here and that we all cherish,” said Oldfield Club President Mark Rovnak.

“Oldfield members care deeply about Oldfield’s natural beauty, from our white-fenced pastures to our riverside marshes and we believe Troon can bring an enhanced level of stewardship,” said Community Association President Jeff Shawd.

As a Troon Privé-managed club, equity golf members of Oldfield can enjoy the Troon Privé Privileges program, which delivers extraordinary golf and lifestyle benefits as well as reciprocal play at other Troon Privé-managed private clubs around the world.

For more information on Oldfield Club and community, visit www.oldfield1732.com

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