Tag: conservation

Green Should be the Prize for Golf Environment

Should We Change our Color Scheme to Make Only the Green Part the Object of the Golf? We certainly have seen it all this year. Fires from British Columbia to southern California. A lot of golf courses have been damaged or destroyed all along the west coast. Then, of course, we had Harvey in Texas, …

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Golf and the IRS

IRS Investigates Golf Course Exemptions I’m not up on how the tax industry works up north, or the nature of the relationship between the Canadian tax structure and the average citizen. However, down here in the states, the great annual tax battle begins again, and carries through the next three or four months. The IRS, …

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Golf’s Response to Drought

Good Step, But A Little Slow I read this morning that golf courses all over the state of California are conducting sweeping changes in the way they work with water and the natural environment, and even though I applaud the sentiment, something seemed a little bit off. I had the idea that they spoke as …

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