The R&A Sustainable Agronomy Service will be at the upcoming BTME show; where it’ll showcase how The R&A is contributing to a brighter, more sustainable future across golf venues, globally.
The R&A Sustainable Agronomy Service is a fully encompassing offering for golf venues to seek expert course support, receive advice on the delivery of best practices surrounding sustainable agronomy operations and gain comprehensive strategies for implementing changes.
“We are pleased to be able to attend BTME for another year, where our team will proudly be on hand to answer any questions on what we do. An exciting start to the show will be the opening breakfast keynote, recounting the agronomic and greenkeeping stories of The 151st Open and 2023 AIG Women’s Open – of which both trophies will be present!” comments Alistair Beggs, Head of Agronomy
“We hope many industry professionals will be able to join us, getting the chance to see the trophies up close, whilst chatting all things sustainable agronomy.”
During the event, the team will be located at stand 408 and will offer a host of opportunities to find out more on the R&A Sustainable Agronomy Service available to all. Furthermore, they will also welcome partner industry experts in sustainable water management for golf courses, as well as golf & nature, to their stand; giving attendees the chance to find out more information.
Dr. Tom Young, Associate at The Environmental Partnership, will be on the stand Tuesday 23rd between 2pm and 4pm to discuss sustainable water management, and how the collaboration between the two powerhouses in their respective industries are working together. Marie Athorn, from the RSBP, will also join Sophie Olejnik from Oleo Ecology to discuss golf & nature, including how the RSPB-R&A partnership is in place to provide guidance for golf courses to support the environment.
The stand itself will be one to revel in, with attendees also getting the chance to view unique greenkeeping heritage, exclusive to The R&A World Golf Museum. During the show, a number of impressive items will be displayed, each telling a story of how critical keepers of the green were to the game. The breadth of items on display will demonstrate how far golf course management has evolved, and The R&A has an unparalleled history to showcase this.
To enquire about The R&A Sustainable Agronomy Service, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org