At the early stages of planning course improvements, full consideration of all the opportunities available is encouraged. It is an important time at any facility when investment in the course is being planned. We work closely with staff and teams to make sure sustainable thinking and future-proofing of the investment is built into those early planning discussions - getting the right governance and skills in place to get the most of the improvements for the golfers and also safeguarding the long-term health and sustainability of the facility and its surrounds.

Creating a partnership

The foundation of our work with existing facilities that are looking to make course improvements is a working partnership. It signifies a long-term commitment and connection between us and the facility to not only make sure the improvements are as sustainably-minded as they can be, but also to ensure the facility continues to benefit long term from a direct connection to the sustainable golf community and its supporters.


Working together

Through the renovation, there is direct support available to project teams that would like to build a closer working relationship with us. Given the diverse nature of renovations, this support varies depending on the scale and complexity of the proposed improvement works - including understanding if the project may be a fit for GEO Certified® Development

Get in touch to discuss your improvement plans and we can provide you with the best options for how we can help and what kinds of sustainability gains could be had depending on the kind of improvements you are looking to make.

The support we have provided for facilities includes their OnCourse® profile page, baseline sustainability information to help measure the success of improvement projects, support and guidance toward GEO Certified status, and 10-year action plans for incremental improvements across the facility.

Get in touch if you’d like to find out more about working with us.

Create a Project Blueprint

Sustainability project review and priority recommendations report with long-term sustainable management plans and impacts.


Celebrate project design and construction achievements of the team and promotion of outcomes across global media.


Create a long-term partnership and support network to ensure continued success and results.

Action Plans

Bitesize guides and examples from other projects on providing innovative sustainability-led solutions for course improvements.


We want to get as much as we can out of what we have - This publication is aimed at those courses embarking on a project of any kind and shares examples that have had a demonstrable positive impact on the course itself.

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