The only private club in Grand Junction, Colo., Bookcliff opened in 1958 and has an 18-hole, Dick Phelps-designed golf course, a new clubhouse, five tennis courts including pickleball, a heated swimming pool complex, spa and massage services and a fitness facility. It will now be part of the Troon Privé portfolio.
Bookcliff Country Club in Grand Junction, Colo., has selected Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Troon to be its management company.
Tucked into the scenic western slope of Colorado near the Colorado National Monument, Bookcliff Country Club opened in 1958 and is the only private club in Grand Junction. In addition to an 18-hole, Dick Phelps-designed golf course, Bookcliff features a new clubhouse, five tennis courts including pickleball, a heated swimming pool complex, spa and massage services and a fitness facility.
Food-and-beverage options at Bookcliff include a casual bar, fine dining in the Bookcliff Restaurant, which is open daily for lunch and dinner and for breakfast on Sundays, and a poolside grill. The club’s event facilities can accommodate up to 200 guests for weddings, meetings and other private functions.
Bookcliff will now be part of the Troon Privé portfolio of private clubs managed by Troon.
“After an extensive, five-month-long review process of club management companies, we are excited to be working with Troon Privé,” said Cathie Zarlingo, President of Bookcliff CC. “Troon Privé brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the club and will undoubtedly help us reach our goal of growing our membership base.
“The addition of the Troon Privé Privilege program, which provides BCC members with access to Troon’s portfolio of world-class private clubs, has already been a terrific selling point for potential members,” Zarlingo added.
“Bookcliff is a terrific family club with outstanding facilities and member programming,” said Jim McLaughlin, Senior Vice President, Troon Privé Operations. “Our team will look to raise the service levels, identify ways to improve the food-and-beverage operations, and ultimately begin the process of recruiting new members.”