The Environmental Institute for Golf

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The Environmental Institute for Golf is the philanthropic organization of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. Its mission is to strengthen the compatibility of the game of golf with our natural environment and its vision is that the collaboration between the golf and environmental communities will lead to programs and services beneficial to all who come in contact with the game of golf.

Bob Wood, chairman of Nike Golf, serves as chairman for The Institute's Board of Trustees. World Golf Hall of Fame member Greg Norman, chairman and CEO of Great White Shark Enterprises, serves on The Institute's Board of Trustees and is chairman of its Advisory Council. The Advisory Council also includes Sergio García, Vijay Singh, Pete Dye and Robert H. Dedman, Jr..[1]


External links[edit]

Official site