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Finding 4 or 6 hours for a traditional round of golf is getting harder to come by these days.
Everyone knows golf is an expensive sport to take up. Green fees, clubs, lessons, etc.
Golf is not easy, and if it’s not easy, it’s not fun. And if it’s not fun, why even try?
Is There A Solution? Yes!
For many, SPEEDGOLF is an alternative to the traditional game that is:
People are busier than ever.
Most people can only afford to spend 30-60 minutes on sports and fitness per day. Plenty of time for 9 holes of Speedgolf, or 18 holes if you're really fit!
There are endless similar activities for $20 or less.
Give people a chance to play Speedgolf in the first hour or last hour of daylight, and they'll pay you up to $20.
It's not all about score.
For Speedgolfers, it's also about exercise, creativity, and sharing a fun and healthy experience with friends.
What Speedgolfers Are Saying
“Speedgolf is ideal for those who love the game but lead a busy lifestyle. Even with demands at work and a busy family life, I can still get in a workout and 18 holes in less than an hour." - Courtney W.
Speedgolf happens at off-peak hours, and we're done in a quarter of the time it takes for a traditional golf round. So charging us $15 or $20 when golfers are paying $50? I consider that fair. - Garrett H.
IT'S MORE ENJOYABLE
'My first Speedgolf round was a blast! I'm a 15 handicap and I made 6 pars in 9 holes. Excited. Euphoric! Unbelievable. I'm hooked!" - Ruben M.
1 day per week
returns $5,000 - $10,000*
in incremental on-course revenue per year, without disrupting regular play.
*It can grow from there. See how below.
Incremental Rounds & Revenue
Speedgolf-friendly courses attract more customers by offering a small window of affordable early morning or twilight tee times for players who want to go fast, get fit, and have fun ON the golf course.
$15-$20 adds up fast when you're a Speedgolf-friendly course.
Join the Speedgolf USA Course Network in 2021 and boost your bottom line
What Operators Are Saying
Director Of Rev. Management - American Golf
“We look at tee times as perishable commodities. If 5:48 a.m. comes and goes and we don’t sell it, it’s worth nothing to us. Speedgolf has the potential to be a lucrative new revenue stream. You can send 16 players out in 10 minutes! I can’t think of an operator who wouldn’t want to give it a try.”
General Manager - Lakewood CC
“Operationally, Speedgolf helps us fill the shoulder times. By taking advantage of our off-peak hours with Speedgolfers, we can run (pardon the pun) an additional 20 to 30 golfers through the course on any given day.”
Director Of Golf - Cypresswood Golf Club
"Speedgolfers are generally active people who like to be outside, so we feel like they are a great target audience from a revenue standpoint, and from the perspective of taking up the game of golf."
General Manager - Blackhorse Golf Club
"I see an opportunity to attach value to every minute a customer is on my golf course. It's a creative and smart and modern way to be generating revenue, and with Speedgolf I have a ready and willing customer market."
A powerful idea becomes a proven concept.
Prior to launching the Speedgolf Course Network, Speedgolf USA conducted short-term studies in 4 markets across the nation, at 4 different types of golf course facilities: Public, Private, Municipal, and Semi-private. Outreach efforts were limited to operators and players.**
**As part of the Speedgolf USA Course Network, member courses receive a turnkey setup solution, as well as exclusive access to valuable resources, tools, and support developed for Speedgolf course operators. Just say 'yes', and we'll do the rest.
Los Angeles, Ca – Lakewood CC
24 weeks | 250 rounds | $20 fee | $5,000 revenue
Public course. Average daily turnout from April to October was 6 - 10 players. Green fees were set at $20 for 9 or 18 holes weekday mornings. Speedgolfers were sent off the front 9 prior to the start of regular play. Marketing efforts were lead by the local association, Speedgolf SoCal, with weekly recap social media posts, and monthly e-newsletters.
Louisville, Ky – GlenOaks CC
24 weeks | 145 rounds | $10 fee | $1,500 revenue ++
Private club. Speedgolf was offered on Friday mornings. Average turnout was 4-6 players. Green fees were complimentary for club members and $10 for non-members. Play started at sunrise off the back 9. Marketing efforts were made by one of the members, who started a Facebook group to announce weekly sessions. ++Hosted a Speedgolf tournament, creating an additional $2,500 in revenue, and onboarded 3 new club members at an annual value of $3,000 per member.
Springfield, Mo – Horton Smith GC
15 weeks | 160 rounds | $15 fee | $2,400 revenue ++
Municipal course. Speedgolf was held Tuesday and Sunday mornings. Average turnout was 4-6 players. Green fees were set at $15 for 9 holes. Play started at sunrise on the front 9. Marketing efforts were lead by the local association, Speedgolf Springfield, with weekly recap social media posts, and a private Facebook group. ++Hosted a Speedgolf tournament, creating an additional $1,200 in revenue. 2 new members joined as a result of offering Speedgolf, at an annual value of $2,500 per member.
Houston, TX – Blackhorse GC
12 weeks | 100 rounds | $20 fee | $2,000 revenue ++
Semi-private club. Average daily turnout from April to June was 3-4 Speedgolfers. Green fees were set at $20 for up to 18 holes. Speedgolf play was sent off the back 9 starting at sunrise. Marketing efforts included Blackhorse social media posts, tear drop banners placed near the pro shop on Speedgolf mornings, and social media posts from the players. ++Hosted a Speedgolf tournament, creating an additional $3,000 in revenue. Signed up 1 new club member at an annual value of $3,600.
What The Industry Is Saying
USGA Executive Dir.
“One of the USGA’s top priorities right now is to help golfers understand that pace of play directly affects their overall enjoyment of the game. To that end, we think that alternative games like SPEEDGOLF can be a lot of fun and also a way for golfers to realize that you may actually play better if you play faster.” –
Mike Davis | USGA
Golf Clubs In Drive For Healthy New Image
[A World Golf Foundation] study has recommended that a decline in its popularity can only be reversed by promoting new versions of the 500 year old game that are quicker or easier to play. [One of the] recommendations is the wider adoption of Speedgolf.
Rhys Blakely | Time Times – London
New Takes On Golf
Fling Golf has joined Disc Golf, FootGolf and Speedgolf as an alternative activity for golf courses, giving them more ways to bring in revenue.
Rebecca Larsen | Golf Inc. Magazine
Congrats! You're Off & Running
We'll start promoting your status and driving customers to your course right away. Leave the Speedgolf marketing to us, or go the 'extra mile' by utilizing the resources located in our course operators library, found here.
Courtesy Welcome Call
Within 24 hours you'll receive a welcome call from a member of the SGUSA team. During this call we'll answer any questions you have, and confirm your Speedgolf information - details like available days, times, and green fees.
Course Listing Publication
Within 48 hours we'll create, publish and announce your Speedgolf-friendly status through our website, social media, and other marketing channels. For the best results, do the same on your end!
Speedgolf Course Resources & Tools
Speedgolf USA provides ongoing support through our Operators resource library
Access to downloadable resources, such as:
Additional tools & support include:
Course Operator Implementation Guide
Speedgolf Rules & Scoring Poster
Simple Scorecard (front & back)
The Speedgolf App™ (coming late 2020)
Speedgolf Operator Guide
Speedgolf Marketing Display PDF
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