Audubon Green Golfer Challenge
The Audubon Green Golfer Challenge is a way for
golf courses to encourage their golfers to take the
Green Golfer Pledge, as
a simple way to
support environmental stewardship while playing
carry on the sport's
venerable tradition of preserving the
nature of the game. Equally important,
it helps golf make a positive difference in the
quality of our environment for present and
The Green Golfer Challenge is open to all golf
Sign on today
and encourage golfers at your course to take the Audubon Green Golfer Pledge. Golfers in the U.S., Canada,
and worldwide are invited to sign the free
pledge online, or
pledge sheet that you make
available at your golf course.
E-mail us at
to let us know that you're joining the
challenge. Include your name and your course name, city,
state, type of course (public, private, etc.), and whether you are
already enrolled in an Audubon Program.
We will list your course on our
Green Golfer Leader
Set a goal.
Decide what percentage or number of your
course’s golfers that you want to take the
pledge. Remember, the more golfers get
involved, the stronger the impact of the
and post the
Green Golfer Challenge Pledge Sheet in
your club house or pro shop.
Publicize the pledge in your newsletter and
during events and tournaments.
Collect and return completed pledge sheets
by November 15, 2007 to Audubon International to be included in our
grand tally. We'll post totals for
participating golf courses and award prizes in
2007 for golf courses whose golfers sign the
Check the Green
Golfer Leader Board for a list of
participants and pledge totals.
Great Idea: Check out how
RiverBend Country Club, Ont., took the Green
Green Golfer Video: See a
streaming video from the Plano Television
Network of how Pecan Hollow Golf
Course in Plano, Texas launched their Green