McLaughlin Finds Sustainability Up to Par at WM Phoenix Open

NTT INDYCAR SERIES driver Scott McLaughlin, a 9-handicap golfer, learned much about sustainability during last Friday’s visit to one of golf’s signature events, the WM Phoenix Open. “It’s hugely impressive what these (golfers) are able to do.”. McLaughlin visited the hugely popular tournament to support the sustainability effort underway in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and IMS. McLaughlin got a behind-the-scenes look at how WM is leading TPC Scottsdale’s sustainability effort, and he had a simple way of describing how it’s done. “It’s really quite simple, and (WM) does a really good job of educating without preaching,” he said. McLaughlin said he learned that putting plastic bottles in plastic bags, as many people do at home, isn’t appropriate since the bags are harmful to the recycling machines. McLaughlin used a social media post to express his support for the sustainability effort in his sport. “Oh, I’m sure it’s going to (continue) and grow,” McLaughlin said of the effort at IMS. McLaughlin was the INDYCAR SERIES’ Rookie of the Year in 2021 and last season scored the first three race wins of his short time in the series.

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