At The Ohio State University Golf Club, functioning sustainably is an everyday objective.
Golf courses provide environmental benefits by creating urban green spaces, protecting coastal areas, and providing soil stabilization and habitats for wildlife. According to the United States Golf Association (USGA), until as recently as the 1990s, many courses used negative practices including the removal of native vegetation leading to runoff and soil erosion; over-irrigation or use of scarce water resources for irrigation; and the frequent use of harmful pesticides and other chemicals that pollute waterways.
At The Ohio State University Golf Club, functioning sustainably is an everyday objective. Groundskeepers at Ohio State’s Scarlet and Gray courses fulfill their responsibility to the environment by mixing appropriate sustainability efforts into each section of the 300-acre facility, which is located in a residential neighborhood just three miles from the university’s Columbus campus.
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