Renovated golf course introduces sustainable practices

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As the redesigned Course at Sewanee celebrates its first year post-renovation, it is important to see a side of golf many people overlook: sustainability. Gil Hanse designed the course to fit naturally within the Domain’s ecosystem, rather than pursuing the lush, artificial look of traditional golf courses. Sewanee golf superintendent Steve Ventola and his crew work to keep the course and its surrounding environment safe and healthy through the implementation of several sustainable management practices. Read the full story on the Sustain Sewanee website.

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