Pros And Cons Of Starting A Golf Course


– Access to a great outdoor activity that offers mental and physical health benefits

– Potential for profit, either through running the golf course itself or from ancillary businesses associated with it (e.g., restaurants, shops, and pro shop)

– A chance to become part of a community

– Opportunity to build relationships with golfers and other businesses in the area


– Initial startup cost can be high

– Maintenance and upkeep costs are ongoing

– Regulations associated with golf courses may be strict, depending on local law

– Golf course construction requires specific knowledge

– Weather can affect the playing quality of a course and the business associated with it.