News : Audubon Partnership the Latest in Local Golf Course's Green Push

Oct 29, 2012

From The Granite State Sentinel

By Jim Cavan

NORTH HAMPTON – Way back in 1929, when R.E. Luff first founded Sagamore Golf Club in Lynnfield, Massachusetts, “green” wasn’t merely an industry fad or maintenance buzzword; it was, quite simply, the way things had always been done.

By the time the family opened its second location in North Hampton, New Hampshire in 1962, all-natural lawn care and links treatment had become an integral part of the Sagamore fold. Over the years, the Luff family charges have become a beacon of sorts for public courses—most of which don’t have the luxury of tapping into country club coffers—looking to eliminate as many chemical-heavy pesticides and fertilizers as possible.

To read the full article in the Granite State Sentinel, pick up an October 19th copy at your local newsstand!