Embracing technological change at Carrying Place Golf

Rapid technological change is affecting all industries and the golf sector is no exception. The availability of organic products for turf management is increasing. Carrying Place Golf and Country Club operators are embracing these new products wholeheartedly. As… Read More

Turf care is all about plant health at The Briars Golf

The history of The Briars is steeped in a dedication to conservation.  The 18 hole golf course that skirts Lake Simcoe and is within a short walk of The Briars Resort and Spa recently celebrated 90 years of… Read More

ClubLink corporate focus on sustainability – Kings Riding

Conveniently located near a residential area in Aurora, King’s Riding Golf Club offers the chance to play a well-maintained course nestled in nature. As is the case with many ClubLink courses, King’s Riding is certified with Audubon International…. Read More

ClubLink corporate focus on sustainability – National Pines

The gently rolling landscape of National Pines has been crafted to integrate with the surrounding natural environment. Central to the course is the creek, which has been given at least a 30 yard natural buffer by the course… Read More

Powering electric carts for the future at Cardinal Golf Club

Driving into the parking lot of Redcrest Golf Course (one of the four courses at Cardinal Golf Club), one can’t help but notice the shiny golf carts lined up neatly in front of attractive charging stations. This fleet… Read More

Using science to work alongside nature at Mill Run Golf Club

Mill Run Golf Club operators have embraced a number of environmental initiatives over the years. Recently, Mill Run in Uxbridge collaborated with University of Toronto researchers to allow them to conduct vegetation inventories for 6 plots on the… Read More

Caring for the land at Bear Creek Golf Club

Family-owned for 22 years, Bear Creek Golf Club operators pride themselves on being accessible to speak with members. Although regular correspondence is sent out about course news and improvements, Bear Creek operators also extend an invitation to golfers… Read More

Cutural practices support healthy turf growth at Hawk Ridge Golf Club

Home to 2 championship 18 hole courses and a 9 hole par 3 course, Hawk Ridge Golf and Country Club relies heavily on cultural practices to keep the turf healthy and ready for play. The term “cultural practices”… Read More

Environmental practices good for the bottom line at Willow Greens Golf

During a recent conversation with Willow Greens Golf Centre  operators, it became apparent that turf management practices which are good for the environment are also good for business. Since taking over the operation of Willow Greens this April, the… Read More

Nurturing strong turf naturally at Blackwater Golf

Working hand-in-hand with nature, Blackwater Golf Course operators are devoted to nurturing strong healthy turf which is resistant to drought, weeds and disease. A member of the Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf since 2006, Blackwater course… Read More