Companies connected with golf can make a valued contribution to golf's sustainability movement, helping GEO and our partners achieve more, more visibly and in shorter time.

We are grateful to the following companies for their leadership and commitment towards sustainable golf.

Premier Partners

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Jacobsen's mission is to be the premier supplier of high-quality turf equipment, utility vehicles, golf cars and tractors while also working to be environmentally conscious. From prestigious championship golf courses to the World Cup, for more than a century, Jacobsen has manicured the most important turf in the world – the only turf equipment manufacturer to be accredited with ISO 14001 certification.

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Lyoness is a global loyalty rewards program, and established the Greenfinity Foundation in 2011 as a charitable organization, involved in protecting the environment, supporting climate protection projects, and promoting the use of renewable energies. Projects include a tool to measure the 'Golf Footprint' at the Lyoness Open on the European Tour.



The privileged association between Rolex and golf dates back to 1967, when Arnold Palmer became a Rolex Testimonee. Since then, the relationship has grown and prospered based on common values, such as the pursuit of excellence and the respect of tradition. Through its support of GEO, Rolex is proud to help the game maximise its positive contribution to people and the planet.



The Toro Company

With innovative turf management equipment and precision irrigation solutions, Toro is committed to protecting the world's resources while delivering commercially viable solutions, with emphasis on research, development and innovation. As a Sponsor of GEO and Green Drive on the European Tour, Toro expands its support for environmental efforts in golf.




For over fifty years, Aquatrols has been the leading provider of surfactant and other technologies used to optimize soil-water-plant interactions. Its scientifically proven products help golf course managers maintain better turf and maximize irrigation efforts, all while conserving water and energy. Aquatrols have been a long-time supporter of GEO's work.


European Golf Design

European Golf Design was established in 1992 as a Joint Venture between the European Tour and IMG. The company has earned a reputation for producing successful resort, members and tournament golf courses, on schedule and within budget. EGD's objective is to see clients achieve their projected return on investment through outstanding design and commitment to a first class service.

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Aidan Bradley Golf Course Photography

Irish photographer Aidan Bradley, based in Santa Barbara, California, is a renowned golf landscape photographer. He's captured many of the world’s greatest golf courses and his images often grace the covers of prestigious golf publications. He's a regular contributor to coffee table books such as Nicklaus by Design, and Golf Digest’s Top 100 Courses You Can Play.

Golf Business News

Golf Business News is for the tens of thousands of people who work in the golf business around the world. Covering a range of topics on and off the course, with quick, accurate, easy to access information. is the first place people in the golf business go to for the latest, commercially valuable news.

Leadingcourses has mapped golf courses in more than 90 countries worldwide and is available in 6 languages. Our members review golf courses around the globe to help other golfers find the best golf courses suited for them, based on their handicap, the amount they want to spend, and on the level of services they prefer. GEO information can be important in that choice. Golf course owners can update all relevant information via our free Partner Extranet. 

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MacMillan Turnbull Sustainable Turfgrass Management

MacMillan Turnbull specialise in biological solutions for the fine turf industry with their unique 'Activated Microbial Turf Management' methodology. Rejecting the standard approach to turf management - using excessive quantities of harmful chemicals - MT have set about rewriting the rule book for a safer sustainable future for the fine turf industry.