13 Tactics to Increase Revenue at Your Golf Course



Increasing revenue is easier said than done. Fortunately, there are always a few actions your course can take to squeeze out extra revenue.

We've outlined 13 out-of-the-box strategies based on the four areas where golf course managers can generate more revenue:

  1. Green Fee Play
  2. Memberships
  3. Food and Beverage
  4. Pro Shop

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Green Fee Play: No show rates are still a major pain point for golf courses. Without any added benefit, public golfers have no real incentive to honor their tee time. Offer small discounts on off-peak hours in exchange for credit card payment upfront. This gives the golfer just enough incentive to commit to the tee-time, and it also pushes traffic to your off-peak hours.

Memberships: Would you sell guests certain member benefits? Guests will often pay market rate for normal member services – like locker rental, club care, or charging privileges – for the chance to sample and experience the club. You will control the days and times of availability and the price for these privileges. This is an easy way for certain membership candidates to “sample” the club, and slowly integrate your facility into their lifestyles.

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