What is the Ecological Top Golf Courses List?


EcoStim strives towards a more sustainable and ecological future. EcoStim is constantly working towards providing a list of the most ecological golf courses within the UK. The Top List of Ecological Golf Clubs aims to celebrate and reward golf courses that share our passion for the future.

Our team is always looking for new golf clubs that appropriately represent ecological sustainability. If you believe your club embodies this goal, then please get in touch to find out more information about the application process.

EcoStim’s team of experts review every club within the UK to understand what clubs are doing to promote sustainability. The list seeks to give a fair distribution across the UK, this means that each county has a number of club representatives based on the county size and amount of clubs in that area. The EcoStim team then works with the club to produce an ecological profile, detailing some background information on the club and their methods of being more ecologically aware.

The clubs have been split into regions, to view a specific club please click on the drop-down menu below and then navigate to the club of your choice.

Ecology Co-Op

The Ecology Co-Op is a brilliant team that assist golf courses with assessing their habitats in order to adhere to Natural England Certifications, along with a host of other accreditations. Many of the clubs in the Ecological Top 100 have worked closely with The Ecology Co-Op. If you are looking for expert advice or consultancy get in touch via their website.


“The Ecology Co-op is formed of a team of ecologists that provide professional ecological services across Southern England. Our work focusses on undertaking protected species and habitat surveys that are required to support planning applications, whilst we also undertake appraisals to help inform biodiversity and conservation enhancement opportunities.

Our specialisms include the production of protected species licenses for bats, dormice, great crested newts and badgers and survey for a wide range of species and valuable habitats.”