As both landscape architects and golf course architects we are excited to work and live in a time where we experience an increased focus towards the health of our planet and the environment in which we live. Our love for nature, and the desire to create environmentally sustainable golf courses which successfully integrate the golf course both visually and environmentally in its native surroundings, is one of our core values. While all this is easy to say – to get there can often be a completely different issue. So how do we do it?



Green ways - continued

Besides making all the considerations we can during the design and construction phases – like protecting sensitive areas, encouraging indigenous vegetation and considering the movement of soil within the site – we will work closely with local environmental agencies and landscape architects on our projects across the globe. This helps us understand the often unique habitats and environmental situations on a specific site.

As professionals we keep updated by following the latest research and participate in yearly conferences regarding recent developments within the world of sustainable golf course design. We support and learn from the efforts which are carried out through the R&A, USGA, GEO, EIGCA and other similar organizations which focus on working with, protecting and enhancing the natural environments.

Another challenge we experience is that water resources are increasingly strained. We believe this will be one of the biggest issues facing the golf industry in the future. By working and consulting with market leading experts we are able to implement the use of the correct grasses as well as the latest methods in collecting, re-cycling and re-distributing water within the golfing property”.