We care.

Masters are committed to minimising the impact of our operations on the environment.

Environmental Policy

As one of the leading sales and distributing companies for the procurement and distribution of golfing equipment and accessories, Masters seeks to maximise modern technologies which are clearly deemed to promote and protect the efficient use of the world's resources without detriment to its inhabitants.

Masters recognises that in our day-to-day operations we inevitably have an impact on the environment in a number of ways and we wish to minimise the potentially harmful effects of such activity wherever and whenever possible. As part of our continuing drive for quality in all the things we do, we have produced this policy statement.

This will enable us to focus our efforts towards sustainable environmental improvement that can be measured and monitored on a continual basis. In this way we aim to protect the health and safety of our employees and our customers whilst contributing to the future well being of the environment.

We have undertaken to help every employee to understand and implement the relevant aspects of this policy in their day-to-day work through the regular communication of objectives, action plans and achievements. Our Managing Director has accepted specific responsibility for policy development and authorised a senior Director of the company to co-ordinate and evaluate the performance of our environmental programme.

We are committed to minimising the impact of our operations on the environment by means of a programme of continuous improvement. In particular Masters will:

  • Meet and where appropriate exceed the requirements of current and future relevant legislation;
  • Seek to reduce consumption of materials in all operations, reuse rather than dispose whenever possible and promote recycling and the use of recycled materials in our activities;
  • Design energy efficiency into processes, services, buildings and manage energy wisely in all our operations;
  • Reduce where practical the level of harmful emissions;
  • Market products that are safe to use, are fit for purpose and conform to all applicable environmental and other legislation;
  • Work with and monitor our suppliers to minimise the impact of their operations on the environment through our quality purchasing policy which includes related human rights, moral and ethical issues relative to the country in which they operate;
  • Support through our quality programme the promotion of environmental protection;
  • Include environmental issues in programmed meetings i.e. management reviews, discussions with our customers and suppliers, our training programmes and employee groups and encourage the implementation of sound environmental practices with all interested parties;
  • Monitor environmental performance.

This environmental policy is communicated at all levels within Masters and confirms the commitment of our Directors, Managers and Employees to our environmental programme of continuous improvement.

Ethical Trading

We work with and monitor our supply chain for human rights, moral and ethical issues. We seek as part of our ongoing "Supplier Assessment Audit Programme" to ensure that factories demonstrate good working conditions and operate sound practices.

Modern Slavery Act Transparency Statement

  • Masters is committed to driving acts of modern slavery out of the workplace. We acknowledge our responsibilities under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 to implement and enforce effective controls to ensure slavery and human trafficking does not exist within our Company or its supply chain. Our processes will ensure transparency within the Company and our suppliers.
  • Masters is a family owned business that imports and distributes a range of finished goods which are sold under the ‘Masters’ Brand. Within the supply chain process, it is important that our staff establish strong working relationships with the suppliers of these products. As part of our due diligence we have a programme of auditing factories manufacturing our products. This audit incorporates elements which monitor the issues associated with modern day slavery as well as other social and ethical issues.
  • The company's staff are encouraged to raise any concerns they may have about how colleagues or suppliers are being treated, without fear of any disciplinary action.
  • The Company operates a fair recruitment process which includes checks on all new employees to ensure they are eligible to work and are not being forced to work against their own free will.
  • We expect that our supply chain contacts will respect our stance on modern slavery and will act in the same ethical manner. Masters Golf will not support or deal with any business knowingly involved in slavery or human trafficking.
  • The Company directors take the responsibility for implementing this policy seriously and shall provide adequate resources and investment to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place within the organisation or our supply chain.
  • This policy statement will be reviewed and amended as necessary, and published annually.