This publication has been produced by the Scottish Golf Environment Group(SGEG).Since 1996, the Scottish Golf Union and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews have supported the Scottish Golf Environment Group, a nationalpartnership of golfing and environmental organisations. The group is also fundedby Scottish Natural Heritage, and SEPA (Scottish Environmental Protection Agency) is one of the Steering Group partners. Additional project funding isreceived from the Scottish Executive. SGEG currently employs three advisers whohave visited over 330 sites with the aim of encouraging and facilitating bestenvironmental practice in the management and development of golf courses.
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consultantsEdited by Jonathan Smith and Carolyn Hedley of the Scottish Golf EnvironmentGroup.