'If greenkeepers can't help us, then nobody can'
This week's podcast features a conversation with The R&A's director of sustainability Steve Isaac.
Recorded at BTME 2019, Steve discusses the Golf Course 2030 project and how the courses of the future may look, including the increasingly-important role greenkeepers will play in the success of the game.
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The Green Room Sports Turf Podcast is produced by Karl Hansell on behalf of the British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association.