How to make golf courses climate resilient

Globally, 2022 will be remembered as another year of climate extremes. While some regions experienced record-breaking heat and drought, others suffered devastating floods.

For the golf industry, it was the year when the impacts of climate change really started to hit home.

Courses felt the heat, water restrictions came into force, and superintendents and greenkeeping teams fought to keep turfgrass alive.

In the face of dramatic challenges, golf was left asking whether courses can be made more climate resilient.

In this feature, Syngenta Growing Golf takes a look at how golf is tackling climate-related threats globally – and how courses can be part of the solution.