On the heels of the successful 2008 environmental program through which 24 Marriott Golf-managed properties in North America and one signature property in the Caribbean became Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries (see “Completing a Noteworthy Round, C&RB, Janary 2009, pg. 8), Marriott Golf has announced that the program will be expanded internationally, requiring 17 international golf properties to become Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries by the end of 2009.
“With so much success in 2008, expanding the program to include our international properties was the next logical step and truly elevates our position as an environmental leader in worldwide golf course management,” said Robert Waller, Marriott Golf’s Senior Director of Grounds. “We are committed to promoting the game of golf in an eco-friendly way, and working with Audubon allows us to do that while also maintaining the integrity of our premier courses.”
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