How golf courses are saving fuel

12/16/2009 | Club & Resort Business magazine

Golf course managers have found a number of ways to cut fuel consumption without sacrificing course conditions. The superintendent at Rolling Hills Country Club in California says he's increased fuel efficiency by using electric rather than diesel-powered maintenance equipment and storing it on site. Minnesota's Woodhill Country Club uses GPS trackers to monitor and adjust its equipment-use patterns.

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