Bringing sustainable golf to life

Sustainable golf has many friends in the media, using their voice and visibility to raise awareness and celebrate successes. This support is essential, thank you!

There are many ways to help out and the professional photographers below have been kind enough to offer their images to help showcase how golf connects with nature and people in a variety of positive ways.

A huge thank you also to Richard Mullen at Banchory Golf Club in Scotland and Monina Gilbey at Glenelg Golf Club in Australia for allowing their images to be used to promote and celebrate sustainable golf. 


BBC Sport

The BBC is an industry leader in sustainable television production, working as part of the BAFTA Albert consortium to help production teams reduce their impact on the environment and embed sustainable production values within their shows. Projects include Sport 2050, which put a spotlight on future impacts of climate change. Sport - one of the most universally relatable areas of life across the globe that raises passions like no other - presents an ideal opportunity to do this.

Golf Course Architecture

Golf Course Architecture is the global journal of golf design and development. Their quarterly magazine is available in print or as a free digital edition, and you can find them on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.  

Golf Business News

Covering a range of topics on and off the course, with quick, accurate, easy to access information, aims to be the first place people in the golf business go for the industry latest. 

Greenkeeper International

Greenkeeper International is the official magazine of BIGGA, the British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association. It combines the latest news and new products with in-depth reports and analysis on issues of importance in golf course management. has mapped golf courses in more than 156 countries, to help golfers find, book and review the courses best suited for them, based on handicap, cost, service level - and sustainability with the GEO Certified distinction.


Sky Sports

Sky Sports is leading the way in sports broadcasting, with each of their host broadcasts set to an albert certified sustainable production in 2021. Sky Sports is working with BAFTA albert on empowering its teams to make editorial content that supports a vision for a sustainable future. lt will also spread the word through its channels and programmes, inspiring as many people as they can to join them and #GoZero. This is all part of Sky’s ambition to be net-zero carbon by 2030.


Vietnam Golf Magazine

Vietnam Golf & Leisure Magazine is the country's leading golf and lifestyle publication. Besides golf highlights from around the world, the magazine focuses on the development of Vietnam’s golf movement such as players, events, courses and investments. 



Aidan Bradley

Aidan Bradley is regarded as amongst the best at his trade and is widely recognized for his ability to capture the excitement and mood of a golf course. Over the years, Aidan’s images have graced the pages of all the national golf publications... read more (Note: Image is a fond resemblance of our good friend Aidan!)


Andy Hiseman

Since 2012, British photographer Andy Hiseman has produced new collections of images for over 100 golf clubs and resorts in the UK and Europe. As a former Publisher at Europe’s largest group of golf magazines, including TODAY’S GOLFER and GOLF WORLD... read more


Grant Leversha

Shortly after starting his career in sports photography in 1992, Grant soon became the Springbok Rugby Team’s official photographer and covered every Bok game in South Africa and abroad from 1993 to 1997. He found his passion in golf course photography in the mid-nineties and established... read more


Dave Sansom

Dave Sansom spends most of his time photographing golf courses, but fine art landscapes and travel photography are also important parts of his photography business. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia, and travels across the USA and around the world. Sansom is a preferred photographer for Troon Golf... read more

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