Liam Payne ‘goes 10,000 miles for a golf trip’ after vowing to reduce carbon emissions

Liam Payne and fiancee Maya Henry are said to have embarked on a 10,000-mile round-trip for a short-term golf trip to Costa Rica after previously saying he would reduce his carbon footprint

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Liam Payne has faced fan outrage after reportedly making a thousand-mile golf trip shortly after claiming to reduce its carbon footprint.

Before One-way the singer, 28, flew to Costa Rica on a 10,000-mile round trip with fiancee Maya Henry after he publicly supported Earth Day.

He’s also launched his own sustainability collection with HUGO, but news of his trip away won’t suit supporters of the cause.

He is said to have gone golfing to the exclusive Ocean Course on the peninsula before returning home to London just days later.

This elusive resort boasts some great holes and attracts a host of celebrities to take the course. It also has the unique experience of monkeys hanging from the trees around each hole.

Liam Payne is said to have gone to Costa Rica to play golf

A source told Sun : “Liam has really fallen in love with this sport. He’s the first to admit he’s not the best player, but because of his merits he’s spent the last time. He will [seen] online cost course and was desperate to try it.

“Since he had a gap in his schedule, he and Maya flew to Costa Rica for a couple of days but now they’re home.”

It is thought that this time the couple did not use a private jet but used commercial flights for their trip.

Mirror has reached out to Liam’s rep for comment.

Last year, the singer spoke out in an effort to urge people to be more cautious about their carbon footprint.

Taken to Twitter in April last year, he said: “Happy #EarthDay everyone! Now it’s more important than ever for all of us to help the planet and reflect on our impact on the planet. this planet.

“I’m excited to learn more about the environment and do what I can to lessen my footprint on it.”

Liam Payne and Maya Henry

He also shared about eating less meat after saying he was “extremely nervous” after sitting down to watch the hit. Netflix Seaspiracy documentary.

The father of one added: “Sustainability, it’s something we all hear about these days.

“I have to admit I didn’t give it as much thought as I should have. And then [on] Netflix, I watched Seaspiracy and was extremely confused.

“I mean it’s hard these days to pick out the facts because you know, there’s so much news out there. You never know which one to listen to. “

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