Honours Golf, a division of Troon, the leader in golf course management, development and marketing, has been selected to manage the Mystic Creek Golf Club in El Dorado, Arkansas.
Established in 2013, the semi-private Mystic Creek Golf Club is nestled among the cathedral pines of southern Arkansas. The club’s 18-hole Kenneth Dye, Jr. designed golf course was immediately recognized as one of the Best New Courses by Golf Digest in 2013. The 7,492 yard, par 72 course flows through the rolling timberlines of southern Arkansas and proudly hosts the Symetra Tour’s Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout as well as the Duck Commander’s NCAA Intercollegiate Championship.
“Mystic Creek is a stunning course on what can only be described as a magnificent piece of property,” said Bob Barrett, CEO of Honours Golf. “With generous fairways and dramatic bunkering reminiscent of A. W. Tillinghast’s work, the course offers tour-quality playing surfaces while delivering an exciting and memorable round every time you play. Mystic Creek is a true gem. We are excited to begin this partnership with Mystic Creek and look forward to enhancing the member and guest experience.”
For more information visit MysticCreekGolf.com or call 870-312-0723.
About Honours Golf
Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, Honours Golf was founded on a vision to provide award-winning golf courses with unparalleled conditions, hire dedicated team members who share a passion for golf, and deliver impeccable personalized service. As a result, Honours has grown to become the Southeast’s leading golf course development and management company. In 2014, Honours was acquired by Troon and operates as a subsidiary of the global brand. Honours currently operates 22 award winning daily fee, resort and private club facilities including the King & Bear and Slammer & Squire at World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida, Reunion Golf & Country Club in Madison, Mississippi, Craft Farms Golf Resort and Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club in Gulf Shores, Alabama, and Maggie Valley Golf & Resort in North Carolina. The company plans to grow the Honours Golf brand through third-party management. For more information visit HonoursGolf.com.