The Grange Golf Club Inc was first established in 1926. The Club grounds span 120 ha and feature two championship quality 18 hole golf courses, both ranked in Australia’s top 100 courses.
To ensure the management of this prestigious facility occurs in the most environmentally responsible manner, the Club has created an Environmental Policy. The Environmental Policy has been used by Grange to direct business operations and course management activities. Click here to view Grange’s Envrionmental Policy
However, The Grange Golf Club’s approach to environmentally responsible management goes beyond responsible business practices. The Club has become actively engaged in two great environmental conservation initiatives; Remnant Vegetation Conservation and Water Sustainability and Conservation.
Remnant / Native Vegetation Conservation
Both courses at Grange are situated amongst corridors of beautiful remnant native vegetation. To ensure the survival of these remnant plant species Grange became actively involved in remnant vegetation restoration and native revegetation. Click here for more information on Grange’s Native Vegetation
Water Sustainability and Conservation
In recent years the urban sprawl and industrial pressure has put stress on Adelaide’s water recourses. To reduce its impact, and ensure sustainable water resources the Club developed a relationship with the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board (AMLRNRM). This relationship resulted in the construction of The Grange Golf Club Wetland and implementation of the Wetland Aquifer Storage and Recharge Scheme. Click here for more information on Grange’s Wetlands Project