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

Science, technology, expertise and care builds great turf at Pheasant Run

Audubon International certified since 2010, Pheasant Run Golf Club regularly makes changes to course operations to improve environmental sustainability. Led by course superintendent Leasha Schwab, the staff at Pheasant Run work hard to create a beautiful playing surface… Read More

ELS to highlight environmental practices of golf courses

Did you know the Lake Simcoe watershed is home to nearly 50 golf courses? If you work in the golf industry, or are an avid golfer, that number probably comes as no surprise. If you are new to… Read More

Borden Golf Club: Over half a century of turf management experience

Since Borden Golf Club at CFB Borden has been in operation for 62 years, general manager Gary Corriveau is keenly aware of how technological advances have allowed golf courses to increase sustainable practices over time. Advances relate to… Read More