Leaders across the sport speaking up for nature, climate and communities.
There are different paths to getting involved with the sustainable golf community and becoming a Sustainable Golf Champion is an exciting new way to be recognized for your commitment and leadership.
Individuals around the world are stepping forward to demonstrate the sport's commitment and contribution and to help raise awareness.
Alongside partners and friends, GEO Foundation is proud to recognize the commitments and actions of individuals who are operating golf facilities, designing new courses or playing at the highest level. These are golf’s Sustainability Champions.
This month's featured champions. Learn how they got here, what drives them and how they're helping lead us to a greener future.
Environmental problems and sustainability affect everyone. I feel it is my duty and goal to try and make golf into the pioneer of environmental work and sustainability.
Protecting and preserving the habitat for the wildlife, birds and insects on our golf course is as important to us as providing championship playing conditions for our golfers.
Paul Carter, CGCS
The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay
I am super passionate about nature and I want to help raise awareness about the great role golf has to play in sustainability.
Ladies European Tour
We have taken the course back to a more natural state including sandscrapes and wetland areas which offer a joint benefit of a challenge to golfers and a thriving natural habitat.
Prince's Golf Club
Even before we obtained the 2007 GEO Certification, my goal was to constantly reduce the environmental impact of the club I manage.
La Pinetina Golf Club
We are constantly striving to improve areas of the business whether it be through course changes, the way we manage it, or reduction in waste and local community involvement.
Royal Portrush Golf Club