Environmental concerns prompt the development of more eco-sensitive golf courses.
Thursday, February 2, 1995
As the estimated number of gold courses world-wide tops the 25,000 mark, it's becoming somewhat harder to tell the forests from the fairways. Long vilified by the environmental community as a blight on the natural landscape, golf courses are no longer perceived by some mainstream environmental groups as an inherent threat to wildlife and the ecosystem.
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