Golf courses provide extraordinary opportunities to better meet the recreational and ecological needs of a sustainable community.  Through the preservation of land as open green spaces and managing them in beneficial ways, golf courses improve air and water quality, create wildlife habitat, act as protective buffers between sensitive environmental areas and adjacent development, enhance stabilization against stormwater and erosion, and provide other stewardship.   At the same time, golf courses offer a sanctuary for sport, exercise, comradery, fresh air and sunshine, exposure to nature and wildlife, and other physical, mental, and public health benefits.   As a result, golf courses serve as one of the finest land uses for any community by enhancing quality of life and the local economy while providing a healthier and more thriving environment.

Kington Golf, 2024