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Anyone interested in $60,000 in passive income per year and living your golfing dreams? Not an ad, I promise; just hear me out!

So recently, my neighbor invited me to a place he has a 6-month subscription to called PrivateFairway. The owner has four locations right now with a few more in the works. As someone who has been to a handful of indoor simulator 'experiences' and countless fitting bays, something about this place stood out to me as different. 

So each location has one Trackman built simulator bay, an area for clubs, a bar top and mini-fridge with room for a BYOB vibe, AND the owner only allows 35 memberships at a time. He doesn't allow one-off sessions and starts at a minimum of 10, hour-long sessions at $250. Most of his members do the unlimited sessions, 6-month pass which is around $1200. He is sold out at all four locations and has a waitlist of 50 people for each location. Some quick math shows that each location is pulling in $84,000/year from the memberships, not including the 10 punch pass type users.

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Out the gate, I did a quick analysis on how much each franchise makes in gross margin and startup costs for anyone interested in a passive income type option.

Let's start with startup cost (Estimated $58,490):

Right out of the Trackman simulator catalog which retails for $49,990 (+$3,500 for Utah sales tax).

I can't be sure around how much it cost him to remodel the interior, but with cheap new carpet and painting, I wouldn't guess he put more than $5,000 into the remodel if he put anything into it at all.

As you can see, it's a pretty cookie cutter designed space with a bar top, two barstools, and a mini fridge (not pictured). All-in, I bet you can get out the door for $2,500-$4,000 for this setup.

Building a well designed website like the one he has, I would assume $6,000 with a run rate of $1,000/year. We'll add the $6K to the estimated start up cost.

Now, onto the annual expense of running the place (Estimated $17,984):

The space: Around 1,000 square feet at $7/sq. ft./year which comes out to a space in an outlet space for $7,000/year. This is pretty low for strip mall areas around here, but I know he got that price if not better as I live nearby and you can look up a few of the other open spots in the strip mall. I'd put the actual cost at around $10-$20/sq. ft./year if you are looking at nice area retail spaces. We'll call it $14 for the sake of this cost analysis, so $14,000/year on average.

The Trackman Software and Hardware annual subscription costs $1,334/year with a 3-year subscription. 

Annual Cost of Running a Website: $1000/year.

Based on my own electric bills for cooling and heating less than a mile from the space, he likely pays $1,200/year to keep it at 74 degrees.

Business insurance for that retail space probably runs under $450/year. 

 

Now I know there are likely plenty of things I missed, but the beauty of this space is that he doesn't have to pay for marketing at all. In fact, when he opened up his fourth location in Sandy, Utah, he posted the news on his Facebook and filled his 35 memberships in two days. Two days to get up and running at full capacity. He limits users to booking out three sessions in advance. You pay your subscription upfront. You can bring as many people for your hour session to play as you want. And the best part, he has ZERO employees. All members get a key fob and go in when they book their sessions. When the new person gets there, the other logs out at the hour. It's mostly all on an honor system. He has a few cameras that you can find online that allow free cloud recording in case anything gets damaged, but just as golf is a gentleman's game, the honor system seems to be working VERY well.

So all in, you need the startup costs of around $60,000 (Although Trackman has financing options), and your annual fees will probably be around $18K. With that said, just the memberships of 35 people will bring in around $84K/year with a waitlist to boot. This is a pretty incredible look at a franchise with great passive income potential. After the first year, you'd be looking at close to $60,000 in passive income with extremely minimal effort post launch.

Sounds good to me. Would love to hear your thoughts on this guy's business model.

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@B.Bostonthe space in Milford I showed you is looking pretty sweet rifgt now……

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4 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

@B.Bostonthe space in Milford I showed you is looking pretty sweet rifgt now……

Curious, you thinking about something along these lines? If it happens, I’m so interested to see how it goes. 

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1 minute ago, GolfSpy_TCG said:

Curious, you thinking about something along these lines? If it happens, I’m so interested to see how it goes. 

Bryan and I have gone back and forth on doing something. Mostly joking but knowing us….somewhat serious lol.

there is a lot of real estate around and commercial market is not like the residential rifgt now, would be pretty easy to get something inexpensive. But in all reality we wouldn’t be able to at this point on our lives

my worry is the market. Golf is huggggge rifgt now. clearly the past 2 years are very different but what happens in a few when golf drops off? Neither of us are much of golf experts either, I think Bryan could probably do some training but me probably not. If we ever did anything it would probably be a 3 bay sim. 

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7 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

Bryan and I have gone back and forth on doing something. Mostly joking but knowing us….somewhat serious lol.

there is a lot of real estate around and commercial market is not like the residential rifgt now, would be pretty easy to get something inexpensive. But in all reality we wouldn’t be able to at this point on our lives

my worry is the market. Golf is huggggge rifgt now. clearly the past 2 years are very different but what happens in a few when golf drops off? Neither of us are much of golf experts either, I think Bryan could probably do some training but me probably not. If we ever did anything it would probably be a 3 bay sim. 

The glory of this place is the lack of employees. Would you guys go all in with Trackman or look at alternatives? Only trick with Trackman is the space behind the golfer (10’). There are other places that do all-in hitting bays for much less than $50K, but the software they set you up with is so easy to use. You really don’t even need a tutorial. 
 

If you guys ever get serious, just promise you’ll do a Franchise Setup type series on here! 

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Sounds like a good idea to me, but cost of renting a space in my area is much higher. Other problem for me is that there is already some competition on my area, but they are bigger with more bays and offer a similar type of membership structure. 

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6 minutes ago, GolfSpy_TCG said:

The glory of this place is the lack of employees. Would you guys go all in with Trackman or look at alternatives? Only trick with Trackman is the space behind the golfer (10’). There are other places that do all-in hitting bays for much less than $50K, but the software they set you up with is so easy to use. You really don’t even need a tutorial. 
 

If you guys ever get serious, just promise you’ll do a Franchise Setup type series on here! 

Technical software stuff is all Bryan lol. You need mechanical stuff that’s me lol.

oh I am sure we would entire series, hopefully MGS staff would promote 

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38 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

Bryan and I have gone back and forth on doing something. Mostly joking but knowing us….somewhat serious lol.

there is a lot of real estate around and commercial market is not like the residential rifgt now, would be pretty easy to get something inexpensive. But in all reality we wouldn’t be able to at this point on our lives

my worry is the market. Golf is huggggge rifgt now. clearly the past 2 years are very different but what happens in a few when golf drops off? Neither of us are much of golf experts either, I think Bryan could probably do some training but me probably not. If we ever did anything it would probably be a 3 bay sim. 

Remember though… our you tube channel would take off. We’d be the hack version of TXG. 😎

 

PS you’re Matty… so get ready to swing. A lot. 

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10 minutes ago, B.Boston said:

Remember though… our you tube channel would take off. We’d be the hack version of TXG. 😎

 

PS you’re Matty… so get ready to swing. A lot. 

man i’m having nightmares imagining the boston accent version of ian…

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4 minutes ago, Chip Strokes said:

man i’m having nightmares imagining the boston accent version of ian…

”ok Mahky (marky) boy…”

"He's hit that wicked ha'd. Gonna land in someone's lobstah paht"

 

To answer the question thatd be awesome but I'd have to compete with a tour van, a couple indoor sim places and top golf just to name a few. 

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38 minutes ago, Chip Strokes said:

man i’m having nightmares imagining the boston accent version of ian…

”ok Mahky (marky) boy…”

You would be disappointed just like @sirchunksalot  my accent isn’t that strong. Unless I’ve been drinking a lot of Sam Adams or Dunkies. 
 

butttt if we wanted to break some screens or cave in some driver heads we could have you along as a special guest just those “will it blend” videos that were so popular. 

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1 hour ago, GolfSpy_TCG said:

The glory of this place is the lack of employees. Would you guys go all in with Trackman or look at alternatives? Only trick with Trackman is the space behind the golfer (10’). There are other places that do all-in hitting bays for much less than $50K, but the software they set you up with is so easy to use. You really don’t even need a tutorial. 
 

If you guys ever get serious, just promise you’ll do a Franchise Setup type series on here! 

My office gym has a full swing simulator and I love that one. But it’s not as good for fitting/club data stuff. 
 

gc hawk would be a worthy alternative  since it’s above you and you don’t need to switch for lefties and righties. 
 

it’s definitely a tricky business model. We’ve seen a few places go up and down quickly. There was a cool place that had a small ProShop, and a bar/restaurant. It WAS really cool, but it’s hard enough to keep a bar going that it just fizzled out. 

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1 minute ago, B.Boston said:

My office gym has a full swing simulator and I love that one. But it’s not as good for fitting/club data stuff. 
 

gc hawk would be a worthy alternative  since it’s above you and you don’t need to switch for lefties and righties. 
 

it’s definitely a tricky business model. We’ve seen a few places go up and down quickly. There was a cool place that had a small ProShop, and a bar/restaurant. It WAS really cool, but it’s hard enough to keep a bar going that it just fizzled out. 

Yea has to Be minimal. Most places that succeed around here team up with a restaurant that’s in the plaza to sell food. 
one of the places we go is BYOB, local Police don’t care, and you order Chinese food from next door. It’s perfext

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1 hour ago, rbsiedsc said:

"He's hit that wicked ha'd. Gonna land in someone's lobstah paht"

 

To answer the question thatd be awesome but I'd have to compete with a tour van, a couple indoor sim places and top golf just to name a few. 

I think you’d be shocked. Salt Lake City has Top Golf within a few miles, an outdoor all-year driving range that has top golf sim software, PGA superstore with 6 sim bays, and a handful of indoor places.
 

The place is just so simple and so perfect. And it seems like there are so many people that want the Home Sim experience, have the money but not really the space. 

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I can see it now...two Boston fellas running a golf simulator channel...

"Welcome back everybody, big club testing day...today we've got the new...hold up for a second, we need a quick timeout for a commercial break...this portion of the introduction is brought to you by Dunkin'. Seriously, where else are ya gonna get a cuppa?"

 

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4 minutes ago, tommc23 said:

$6000 for a website?? Heck I’m glad I only spend $300 a year for the website I run.

The $6K was for the initial build. I put $1,000 on the annual cost to host it. This website was pretty well done and manages the purchasing and scheduling for the sim. 
https://www.privatefairway.com

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3 hours ago, dlow206 said:

Sounds like a good idea to me, but cost of renting a space in my area is much higher. Other problem for me is that there is already some competition on my area, but they are bigger with more bays and offer a similar type of membership structure. 

I’m sure pricing in Seattle would definitely have to be higher based on location cost for a 1,000 sq. ft. spot. You would probably have to test out pricing based on local competitors. 

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Interesting overview @GolfSpy_TCG.  A one year ROI with so little infrastructure and overhead is really attractive.  SLC area's demographics seem particularly well suited for this venue.  I see this a little bit like the new version of bowling.  Even non-golfers can participate and have fun hitting golfs version of a gutter ball while enjoying some food and drink.  I personally think this uptick in golfs popularity will last for some time and any drop off will be minimal.  

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32 minutes ago, fixyurdivot said:

Interesting overview @GolfSpy_TCG.  A one year ROI with so little infrastructure and overhead is really attractive.  SLC area's demographics seem particularly well suited for this venue.  I see this a little bit like the new version of bowling.  Even non-golfers can participate and have fun hitting golfs version of a gutter ball while enjoying some food and drink.  I personally think this uptick in golfs popularity will last for some time and any drop off will be minimal.  

I can only hope! I’ve only been golfing for 5 years, and I’m still just ramping up my involvement. 

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