New Malton completes first year at nation's first organic Golf Club

Paul Stevenson's exasperation is plain to see. His New Malton Golf Club has completed its first full season on a 100% organic regime, during which time he has boosted surface quality, brought back wildlife and turned around a once failing course. However, recognition from the wider industry and authorities so far eludes this Hertfordshire course.

by Gavin McEwan
Stevenson: proves that taking an organic approach can work as he boosts surface quality, brings back wildlife and turns around a failing course at New Malton - all without chemicals. Image: HW
Stevenson: proves that taking an organic approach can work as he boosts surface quality, brings back wildlife and turns around a failing course at New Malton - all without chemicals. Image: HW

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