The natural landscape surroundings of our golf courses are what make the golfing experience in Scotland so special. From coastal links and parkland courses, woodland and heathland, wetland and dune habitats, our golf courses support many habitats and species and protect Scotland’s natural heritage.
It is important that our golf courses integrate well with the surrounding landscape character and work with the topography and vegetation to ensure the views, vistas and quality of the playing experience are maximised. There are numerous ways a club can protect and enhance their natural habitats and contribute to wildlife conservation.
Best Practice Guidance
Nature Case Studies
For more guidance contact our Environment Manager, Carolyn Hedley
T: 07921 606560