Golf courses enable an environmental‚ social‚ and economical land use. In a growing world however we need to minimize the resources used to maintain a functional course. Best practices management leads to a sustainable form of entertainment and exercise. The organization Audubon International assist courses in environmental certification to inform consumers on ecologically mindful golfing facilities. Consultation from a certification body that specializes in resources and conservation can maximize the environmental and social functionality. Golf is a land use that can environmentally remediate contaminated land and preserve local biodiversity when managed properly. This book examines the appropriateness of modifying courses with these principles to achieve conservation certification. As well as the positive environmental‚ and economic‚ outcomes of these decisions.