Waste Management

We dispose of waste from our Clubhouse and from the course in as environmentally responsible way as possible. Some examples of our recent actions include:

  • The maintenance of a golf course produces ‘Green’ waste, such as grass cuttings and wood chip. This is matured into compost which is returned to the ground.
  • The washing-off water which runs from our ground maintenance area is filtered and processed to remove organic material before it is recycled.
  • The turf cores taken from the greens are used to reshape areas of the course, such as covering exposed tree roots along the fairways.
  • We build our own bird boxes and waste bins for the course from surplus wood.

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  • Smoking Ban Rescinded
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  • Men's Open Competition Results
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  • Dogs
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  • Michael Harrington wins Cheshire Matchplay
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  • Bel Wardle 2018 Cheshire Ladies Champion
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  • Practice Ground Guidelines
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  • New Rules of Golf are unveiled
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  • R&A World Handicap Announcement
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  • Bel Wardle named in England Golf women’s squad
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  • Bel Wardle Interview
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  • Bel Wardle wins play-off for Portuguese title
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  • PGC Ranked 74th Best Course in England
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  • Josh Turnock to Captain Cheshire Boys for 2018
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  • “Ready Golf”
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