OCEANTEE seeking junior golfers campaigning for change

OCEANTEE seeking junior golfers campaigning for change


PGA Partner OCEANTEE is running a countrywide search for the youngsters who are leading the way when it comes to introducing sustainable practices at their golf club. 

The junior or junior section that has made the most significant impact at their venue will win a visit from a leading Tour Pro as well as products from the award-winning sustainable golf brand's apparel and accessories range.

“When we met with young golfers in Scotland earlier this year, we heard first-hand of the changes that they were already making to ensure that their golf game has less impact on the planet,” commented OCEANTEE Founder Ed Sandison.

“We know that there are young environmental activists out there and hope by sharing their successes we can inspire other young golfers to take action themselves.  There is no time like the present to get started!”

To spark an interest in conservation there is a special video created by the Marine Conservation Society to support this campaign.

CLICK HERE to watch the video.

The video explains the link between OCEANTEE's actions on land and the impact on marine wildlife, which was clearly apparent at the Beach Clean carried out at Dumbarnie around the Ladies European Tour Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open earlier this year.

The main source of litter was from public/domestic use and a staggering 80 per cent of the total collected from the beach was plastic.

The competition runs until 20th December, 2021.  To enter you can either email james@oceanteegolf.com, tag OCEANTEE in your social media posts using @oceanteegolf #FORETheOcean or DM OCEANTEE directly.


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