Established Golf Centre in Wiltshire *open to offers*
- Excellent Reputation
- Huge growth potential
This well-established golf centre offers a hugely profitable opportunity to a prospective buyer.
Set in the middle of the countryside in beautiful surroundings, with a reputation for a friendly welcome and a variety of golfing activities available, this golf centre has seen year on year growth.
They offer a variety of different golfing activities, attracting players of all ages and abilities as well as established golfers.
The current owner finds that golf coaching is a particularly lucrative area to focus on. There is lots of potential for growth and development within this exciting business.
This popular golf centre includes an 18 bay driving range, 9 hole Par 3 Golf Course, golf shop (including refreshments) and a Mini (Crazy) Golf Course. The centre appeals to golfers of all ages and abilities. Fees are affordable and so they attract a wide range of clients, including families, couples, OAP’s and armed forces personnel.
The centre itself is carpeted, with panelled walls, a counter area, a good stock of golf equipment and with refreshments and confectionary for sale.
They advertise through word of mouth thanks to their great local reputation. They also use Facebook, a local trade directory and their website, which is modern and informative.
The buildings at the business are owned by the present business owners, but the land is available as a leasehold.
Intelligent Business Transfer is delighted to offer this opportunity to buy and run a popular and beautifully located golf centre on the Salisbury plain.
This golf centre attracts a wide variety of clients. Because of their location, 35% of their clients are in the armed forces. As this population is due to increase dramatically in the next three years, there is anticipation that the number of regular clients will also increase.
There are multiple opportunities for business growth and development. The company could benefit from an increase in marketing; particularly online marketing in order to make the website more visible. They could also add more activities and services, such as foot golf. One other possibility is to open a cafeteria.
There could be more golf coaching; perhaps by hiring other professionals or retired golfers. The company could reach out to schools and other groups, offering promotions for group bookings or away days. Someone could be hired to pursue businesses for options of corporate retreats and team building days.
This business may appeal to someone already in this industry, (or an entrepreneur wishing to enter the sector), keen to purchase an already successful golf centre with an established client base.
The current owners are willing to assist during the transition period to new management.