• Can be run from anywhere – no need for a physical location.
• Easy access to the necessary equipment such as clubs, balls, and tees.
• Large potential customer base with golfers ranging from beginners to pros.
• The ability to set your own rates and hours.
• Low start-up costs – no employees or inventory required.
• Limited customer base within a particular geographical area.
• Heavy competition from existing golf instruction businesses.
• Difficulty in networking with other professionals in the field of golf instruction.
• The need for specialized knowledge to be successful.
• Requires a significant investment of time and money to promote yourself effectively.
• Lack of government or private funding available for golf instruction businesses.
• High cost of equipment and professional services needed to run a successful business.
• Difficulty in finding qualified employees to help with instruction.
• Potential liability issues due to the nature of the industry.