Aren’t you tired and annoyed of lugging your bag of clubs and putters back home from the course without playing a stroke? It seems as if the weatherman forgot to predict a sky full of thunderous clouds ready to burst at the sign of you leaving your home for an intense golfing game, doesn’t it? Perhaps the weather is against you playing at the course, and is giving you a sign to either go to a sports bar to play on an indoor golf simulator in peace or to simply invest in one yourself.
Considering that the nearest golf studio is probably a few miles away or situated at an area renowned for dealing in sporting equipment and attire, opening one close to your block might come in handy. Mentioned below are a couple of golf studio ideas that we think can help you become creative with opening one, given the opportunity at hand.
Open a Sports Bar
Turn your indoor golf studio into a thriving sports bar by offering your customers a high-end opportunity to play and dine in at the same time. While others might indulge in drinks and watch the game on the screen, offer lunch or beer specials for gamers who are using the simulator to play.
Expand Into an Outdoor Facility
If your indoor golf studio manages to thrive, then look into expanding it into an outdoor facility for people who would like to sample the real deal, yet within a simulating experience. You can offer 3-hole main courses for enthusiastic gamers – on discount, of course, or on the house with free drinks.
Try to liven up your interior décor by adding relics of the game or portraits and framed quotations of established golfers. Invite your friends and family or host special gaming events and occasions at your studio for everyone to enjoy.