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Golf courses are an unnatural ecosystem that can be maintained by large amounts of fertilizers, weedkillers and pesticides. All of these chemical can leach into surface or groundwater to cause significant pollution. Golf courses are generally seeded with grasses that do not grow naturally in the area, They must be supported by copious use of water depleting local reservoirs. The open terrain of a golf course usually does not support native birds or insects. The lack of these communities can impact a large area of the surrounding land.

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Q: Why does a golf course make so much pollution?
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