In recent years, Cog Hill Golf and Country Club has made significant strides towards enhancing its ecological landscape and strengthening its sustainability initiatives. The Grounds staff, under the guidance of Director of Grounds Operations Chris Flick and Sustainability Specialist Angelica Carmen, incorporates environmental stewardship into its everyday practices through a diverse range of green values and programming. At Cog Hill, we find it crucially important to care for the land we utilize every day, the surrounding community, and our lasting impact. Continue reading below to learn about our many on & off-course sustainability initiatives we practice in our daily maintenance operations and how you can get involved!
Director of Grounds Operations
Clemson University,Turf Science
Loyola University Chicago, Communications, Sustainability
University of Minnesota, Golf & Turf Management
Universal Technical Institute, Diesel and Automotive
Proud Member of:
Audubon International Sanctuary Program
Facilitates environmental management plan that improves efficiency, conserves resources, and promotes conservation efforts.
Monarchs In The Rough by EDF
Using the golf industry to help establish essential butterfly habitat, increase awareness and conservation, and provide technical support.
National Wildlife Federation
Unites all Americans to ensure wildlife thrive in a rapidly changing world through restoration, reconnection, and conservation
Cook County Farm Bureau
CCFB seeks to serve members with meaningful and beneficial programs that reflect our agricultural heritage.
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