Heritage Golf Club is leading the way in sustainable golf. Both La Reserve Golf Links and Le Château Golf Course have been crafted with nature.
La Reserve Golf Links has been planted with native island grasses, creating new, species-rich grasslands on former sugar cane fields, encouraging ecological diversity and valuable carbon sequestration. The course, which opens in 2022, is working towards GEO Certified Development status; the highest global standard for sustainable golf. Treading lightly in an environment that runs alongside a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve has been crucial to course designers Peter Matkovich and Louis Oosthuizen, whose principled mantra is: “Nature shapes our design”.
Le Château Golf Course, on lush foothills sweeping down to the beach, is an established leader in sustainable golf and is participating in the OnCourse programme towards GEO Certified status. Carefully curating a course that is renowned for its pristine playing conditions alongside the natural beauty and rich tropical diversity of out-of-play surrounds makes for the perfect, harmonious experience: golf in pure natural beauty.
Heritage Golf Club’s commitment to sustainability goes beyond the natural environment; demonstrable sustainable actions, including a ban on single use plastic water bottles, replaced by washable glass bottles and reusable containers, are part of a resort wide sustainability strategy.