If you love mini-golf and you want to bring that joy to other people with a new course of your own design, you might consider making a business out of it. Mini-golf is always popular because it’s a lot of fun. Setting up a course can be tricky and involve some creativity, but after you have built the course you can charge admission and the business almost runs itself.
Here are some of the top tips for starting a mini-golf business.
- Do Your Research
Starting a mini-golf business is starting a business, so you’ll want to do your research on what the legal requirements are in your area for running a business and charging admission. Although it’s probably pretty simple to set up a small business like this, you don’t want to be surprised later on, so do careful research on opening a business.
- Understand the Market
You love mini-golf, and chances are that your friends do, too. Are you confident that the rest of the people in your city or area feel the same way? Can you be sure that enough of them feel the way that you do and will end up becoming your customers?
Ask around, do a survey, and consult any market research that is available.
- Know the Property
Before you start planning your mini-golf course, you need to know the property. If you don’t already have a piece of land in mind, start looking for a location for your new business. If you already have a place for your mini-golf course, take precise measurements and note everywhere that the land is uneven.
Designing a Course
Creating the kind of mini-golf course that entertains and enchants people is an art, and a Mini Golf Course Designer can help you plot out your vision if you don’t have the engineering skills to do it yourself.