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green

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environmental audit

an examination of an organization's production, distribution and marketing activities which concentrates upon the environmental impact of these activities. Green audits can assist an organization in identifying sources of environmental pollution or excessive resource usage so that it can then seek to improve its performance.
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"I was putting on the putting green, I wasn't keeping track of what was going on," Lipsky said.
McIlroy planned to head straight to the practice putting greens last night.
The site currently has a 30-bay driving range, shop, short game area and putting green.
Most of the ball was lying off the putting green but just a tiny fraction was over it.
The installation of the putting green took place during the first week of May.
Each year Hole-in-One USA brings a putting green and holds a fun contest to meet new people and make the most of the event.
Pitching wedge in hand, I wandered away from a brief period of putting practice intent on chipping a few balls towards the hole at the far end of the putting green.
Still not believing his eyes, Mcllroy said that although it had snowed in Arizona a couple of years ago, it was nothing like this snowstorm, which he added, left three to four inches of snow on the putting green. ( ANI )
GOLFER Rory McIlroy is reported to have paid over $10million for a Florida mansion with its own putting green.
Sometimes, after killing off a putting green to renovate it, they fear that the old grass wasn't killed entirely before the new grass was planted.