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Following a judging day on the 28th November 2022 that took place at STRI headquarters in Bingley, the finalists and winners for the 2023 Golf Environment Awards were decided.

The judging panel were given a list of anonymous applications and given the list of positive environmental practices from the golf clubs behind the applications, which were then given a numerical score across a range of categories. The judges were representatives from STRI, The R&A, Aquatrols, BIGGA, Syngenta, Tillers Turf & Textron and the finalists span 6 countries across 3 continents.

We’d like to extend a huge congratulations to the following finalists:

Operation Pollinator:

  • Huntercombe Golf Club
  • Goring and Streatley Golf Club
  • Corhampton Golf Club
  • Bamburgh Castle Golf Club

Ecological Project of the Year:

  • Cirencester Golf Club
  • Clitheroe Golf Club
  • Pannal Golf Club
  • Castle Course St. Andrews Links Trust

Conservation Greenkeeper of the Year:

  • Garmouth and Kingston Golf Club
  • Newquay Golf Club
  • Sleaford Golf Club
  • Warren Golf Club

Sustainable Project of the Year finalists:

  • Hever Castle Golf Club
  • Pannal Golf Club
  • Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club
  • St. Andrews Links Trust

International Environmental Golf Course of the Year:

  • AFRIYEA Golf Academy – Toro Club
  • Al Mouj Golf Club
  • Finca Cortesin
  • Sentosa Golf Club

UK Environmental Golf Club of the Year:

  • St. Anne’s Old Links
  • Nairn Dunbar Golf Links
  • Gog Magog Golf Club
  • SRUC Elmwood Golf

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