What is the Golf Course Environmental Profile?
In 2006, GCSAA and the EIFG began a series of surveys on the physical features and maintenance practices of golf courses in the U.S. Known as the Golf Course Environmental Profile, the results were released from 2007-2012 and provided a baseline of information for use in the management of golf facilities but also offered an opportunity to communicate golf’s environmental efforts to the public. In fall 2014, the second phase of the Golf Course Environmental Profile will begin, with a second series of surveys being conducted and reported from 2014-2017, mirroring the previous series. The USGA will sponsor the profile in conjunction with the EIFG and support GCSAA in its efforts in the second phase. Read more about the Golf Course Environmental Profile »
The Nutrient Use and Management Survey is open through April 30
GCSAA is seeking data from superintendents regarding your course and, more specifically, about nutrient use and management to update much needed information and compare golf's current landscape to information collected in a survey conducted eight years ago.
Take the Nutrient Use and Management Survey by April 30 »
Results from the first phase
Read more about the first phase of the Golf Course Environmental Profile »
Energy Use and Conservation Practices
on U.S. Golf Courses (2012)