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A Publication of the National Golf Foundation

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Toll Brothers Golf


Corporate Headquarters

Horsham, Pennsylvania


Key Employees

Maurice Darbyshire, President
Don Smith, Senior VP, Golf
Bonnie Scoggins, Assistant VP, Sales & Marketing
Ed Oliu, VP of Land & Amenity Development


Toll Brothers is one of the nation’s leading builders of golf course residential property.

Founded in 1967, award-winning Toll Brothers, Inc. is a publicly-traded Fortune 500 company which builds premier housing communities across the country (average home price: $700,000). Within its golf division, Toll Brothers has made a concerted effort to include the game as part of a bigger experience that extends beyond the course, incorporating social or family events whenever possible.

Toll Brothers is one of the nation’s biggest builders of residential golf course properties.

In 1998, the Toll Golf & Country Club Division was born, and in the two decades since has enhanced the company’s reputation for luxury locales and a premier product across its 10 communities that have private golf operations.

A look across its club courses find designs by the likes of Arnold Palmer (Brier Creek CC in Raleigh, North Carolina, Belmont CC in Ashburn, Virginia, two courses at Dominion Valley CC in Haymarket, Virginia, and another course at the Regency at Dominion Valley CC); Tom Fazio (Hasentree in Wake Forest, North Carolina) and Greg Norman (Jupiter CC in Jupiter, Florida and Parkland Golf & CC in Parkland, Florida).

Toll Brothers has won multiple national awards for its golf course properties.

NGF Takeaways

Toll Brothers’ hand in the golf game is decidedly high-end and an active lifestyle for its community residents echoes the company’s commitment for excellence.

Toll Brothers is the only publicly traded national home building company to have won all three of the industry’s highest honors: America’s Best Builder from the National Association of Home Builders, the National Housing Quality Award and Builder of the Year.

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