BLUEWATER HELPS MAJOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS ACCELERATE SUSTAINABILITY DRIVE Two Major golf Championships – The Open and The Senior Open Presented by Rolex– are spearheading more sustainable sports events post Covid with the help of Swedish drinking water company Bluewater. Both championships, which attract the world’s best players and tens of thousands of golf fans, have taken a stand against single-use plastic bottles by offering free purified drinking water on demand from unique Bluewater water stations and refillable craft stainless steel water bottles as an alternative to a throwaway culture. The R&A is staging The 149th Open at Royal St George’s golf club in Sandwich, Kent, in mid-July. First trialled at The 148th Open at Royal Portrush, Northern Ireland the Bluewater water station and bottle solutions helped the organisation ditch the sale of throwaway plastic bottles during the event. The Senior Open will be staged at Sunningdale Golf Club from 22 – 25 July. BLUEWATER BOTTLES Designed to keep drinks hot for 12 hours and cold for 24, the Bluewater bottles are being sold to fashion-conscious, environmental-minded British consumers on the Bluewater UK website. HEAD TURNING STAINLESS STEEL Available in three contemporary head-turning color options – Deep Blue, Powder White and Just Black – at a pocket-friendly price of £35, the new range of insulated stainless steel water bottles are visually stunning with classic form follows function Swedish design.The bottles will keep drinks cold for up to 24 hours or hot for 12 hours and are designed and made to last a lifetime. PREMIUM GLASS FOR A PREMIUM DRINKING EXPERIENCE Proving not all glass bottles are equal, the new Bluewater range offers one delivering amazing quality and value, and designed to complement any individual sense of style. The crystal-clear bottle is crafted from premium Duragrade™ borosilicate glass, which is able to withstand temperatures from -20 up to a boiling 100C. Shop our selection of bottles here.