- Golfer Benefits
Managed by Audubon International, the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program is a program that recognizes golf courses that successfully incorporate environmental management into their course operations. Members must meet minimum environmental standards in six categories to achieve and maintain their certifications.
Learn more about the program here and how 14 certified courses in Massachusetts are abiding by it:
Massachusetts Golf Courses Work With Audubon International To Become More Environmentally Sustainable
Goats and Bees and Butterflies, Oh My: How Needham Golf Club Is Improving the Sustainability of the Game
An affiliated program of Audubon International is Monarchs in the Rough, which provides material for courses to build one acre of monarch habitat, aiding monarch breeding and migration while benefitting other at-risk pollinators.
Want to play golf at an environmentally sustainable course in Massachusetts? Check out the map below to plan your next golf outing.
To learn more about the Audubon Program visit auduboninternational.org
To learn more about the Monarchs in the Rough Program visit monarchsintherough.org