Golf & Science
Research projects, study papers, trend topics – this is how golf finds its place in research
Internationally, researchers are dealing with the issue of sustainability in golf. From biomass to climate impacts, fertilizer and water – the spectrum is diverse.
Chair of Restoration Ecology, TUM School of Sciences, Technical University of Munich
ILOS Sustainable Lawn Management, Science to Business GmbH Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences
ETH Zurich, Institute for Environmental Decisions
Scandinavian Turfgrass and Environment Research Foundation
USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research
Golf courses are increasingly becoming objects of research projects from a wide variety of areas. This includes questions about the promotion of biodiversity as well as the consequences of climate change on fauna and flora or developments in the water balance . In addition, the question of the extent to which the quality of the playing surface of the golf course sports area can be optimized under the specifications of new fertilizer and plant protection specifications is essential. Research in the field of golf courses is undertaken internationally. Here you will find a selection that is constantly being expanded.