Golf Course 2030 (GC2030) was established by The R&A in 2018 as an industry initiative to consider the impacts, both positive and negative, of the changing climate, resource constraints and regulation on course condition and playability. Throughout 2020, the initiative will be regularly promoted by the R&A with media coverage already gaining significant traction. The core messages are centred around the topics above; changing climate, resource constraints, & regulation which Golf Club Managers could choose to leverage in the promotion of any sustainibility activity going on at their golf club. GC2030's aim is to produce a roadmap that will steer the sport to mitigate for the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities that these issues present. The GC2030 plan produced for each country/region will promote greater resilience through appropriate management practices which address the challenges and opportunities. It will also meet strategic needs at regional, national and local level, and the operational needs at golf facility level. GC2030 documents are already available on the R&A website for the following countries/regions: Great Britain & Ireland Scandinavia Singapore Spain Extensive media coverage has also been seen as a result of the R&A's pr initiative so far. Details: GC2030 media coverage 130120
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