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Sustainable golf courses; a guide to environmental stewardship.


Sustainable golf courses; a guide to environmental stewardship.

Dodson, Ronald G.

John Wiley & Sons


267 pages




This guide for industry professionals supplies practical information regarding the environmental management of both planned and existing golf courses. Featuring detailed case studies, it demonstrates how a golf course can provide many attributes of a nature reserve while generating sufficient money to manage playing areas. Black and white photographs of golf courses illustrate the volume. Dodson formed the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses in cooperation with the USGA.

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