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Environmental Footprint

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Our PGA Professionals and their facilities are working hard to integrate good environmental practices throughout their operations. Turtle Bay Resort, located on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii, is an example of one club that focused on reducing its impact to the environment. Staffed by a PGA Professional, Turtle Bay…

While the PGA of America is taking steps to ensure continuous improvement of our sites, it is important to recognize other stakeholders and their roles in this commitment: The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) has been producing Golf Course Environmental Profile reports since 2006. This program has developed a comprehensive…

Bringing energy to the game means making sure we use our energy efficiently. Our partner, Constellation, is working with the PGA of America to help reduce our energy use and impact on the environment and golf’s environmental footprint wherever possible. Environmental improvements at golf clubs can range from more efficient…

The PGA of America, in partnership with the broader golf industry, is committed to ensuring that we are good stewards of the environment at our facilities. Golf courses provide green spaces for communities around the world, preserving land that could otherwise be developed and offering habitat for a wide range…