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Bruce GlascoChief Operating OfficerBruce Glasco has over 20 years experience in the golf industry. Prior to joining Troon Golf, Glasco specialized in operations at several of the world's leading golf facilities. The list includes such recognized properties as the famed Pine Valley Golf Club, Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club, the Kapalua Golf Club and Resort, and the exclusive Maroon Creek Club. Glasco also possesses a development background having served in a project management capacity for Hines, one of the world's most recognized international developers. Glasco joined Troon in 1999 as Vice President of Operations and was promoted to Senior Vice President of the company's Australia Pacific division in 2001. He was appointed Senior Vice President and Managing Director of the company's Europe, Middle East and Africa operations in 2006 and to his current role at the beginning of 2012.
Ruth EngleChief Financial OfficerRuth Engle joined Troon Golf after serving as vice president and controller of the aerospace division of Honeywell International. During her time at Honeywell, she also held vice president and CFO positions over three leading divisions. Ruth began her career with PricewaterhouseCoopers and has since held financial leadership positions at major global engineering companies. Early in her career, Ruth returned to her alma mater as a professor, teaching economics and business at Lafayette College. She then earned her master's degree in Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and co-authored a book titled: "Small Business Survival Guide to Debits, Credits and Cash: What Every Growing Business Needs to Know About Accounting and Finance."
Childhelp Children's Center of ArizonaHoliday Charity Sale – All proceeds from this annual event benefit Childhelp Children's Center of Arizona and the Arizona Animal Welfare League.
Patriot Golf DaySince the program was first launched Troon has pledged support by coordinating efforts with its facilities to maximize the money raised, which provides scholarships to families of those who have become disabled or lost their lives in the line of military duty.