Why the Greens at Clear Lake Golf Course Smell Like French Fries

Once ranked alongside the razing of rain forests as an ecologically hostile activity, golf has embraced the green movement with the zeal of the converted. In the third in a series profiling Canada’s greenest courses, Manitoba’s Clear Lake Golf Course demonstrates how the irresistible smell of French fries can benefit the local environment.

Are Shorter Courses Golf’s Future?

Anthony Mocklow, the director of golf at Bermuda’s Fairmont Southampton, is convinced that the popularity of the resort’s gorgeous, palm tree-lined par-three course is a harbinger of a faster, cheaper and more fun future for the game.