Energy use spans across all areas of a golf club’s activities: in club house lighting and heating, for equipment in offices, bar, restaurant, kitchens, locker rooms and pro-shop, and on the golf course with fuel for greenkeeping machinery, pumping of irrigation water and operations in the maintenance facility.
As energy costs rise, energy efficiency and use of alternative and renewable sources can lead to significant cost savings for your club.
Scottish Golf is a member of the 2020 Scotland’s Climate subgroup for Sports, Events and Tourism.
Best Practice Guidance
Energy Case Studies
For more guidance contact our Environment Manager, Carolyn Hedley
T: 07921 606560