How to plan, build and operate a successful golf range
This book is the definitive source for planning, building & operating a successful golf range or learning center. The step-by-step processed presented includes: selecting the perfect site, analyzing the market, conducting the feasibility study, formulas for projecting revenue, zoning considerations, permitting & regulatory processes, legal & insurance issues, financing, design & construction, equipment, lighting, & marketing. It also includes actual site plans & operational/financial profiles of various types of ranges. Tables & charts outline staffing, peak months of operations, & fees & revenues generated from golf shops & food & beverage. It also includes a list of range suppliers, information on indoor ranges, & a summary of a NGF study on range participation & supply in the U.S.
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Designing the Range
Lighting the Range
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