HSBC has green plans for golf

The 2022 HSBC Women’s World Championship signs on multiple tournament partners committed to a sustainable future for the game.

The 2022 HSBC Women’s World Championship returns with strong focus on sustainability.
The 2022 HSBC Women’s World Championship returns with strong focus on sustainability. Photo Credit: HSBC Women’s World Championship

The 2022 HSBC Women’s World Championship teed off at Sentosa Golf Club this year with a strong focus on sustainability, aided by tournament partners committed to a sustainable future for the game.

HSBC returns as title sponsor for the 14th edition, underscoring its investment in golf and focus on creating a legacy through sponsorship of youth development and grassroots initiatives.

Additionally, sustainability plays a central role, from the Lexus ES Hybrid courtesy cars to the newly opened Hilton Singapore Orchard with eco-friendly energy-saving features for hosting players, the championship organiser has made environmentally-conscious choices.

It includes event catering that uses local produce and recycled paper boxes; refreshments in Tetra Pak and canned containers; footwear by ECCO, Chilean organic wine by PengWine; and entertainment by Sony, a company that has committed to “Road to Zero” and “Green Management 2025” initiatives.

According to a spokesperson of the championship, sustainability is a priority, and an alignment with Singapore’s Green Plan and its national agenda was important. In terms of selecting partners for the championship, they worked with selective criteria that placed high value on brand values, of which sustainability is a very important one.



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