Golf courses for sale in all locations

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BASED IN THE SOUTH EAST OF ENGLAND EBITDA Circa of £150,000. Offers an outdoor adventure golf experience, complete with a spacious catering facility to enjoy pre- and post-game. Suitable for a range of users including families, couples,...

Search categories: Crazy Golf Courses, Entertainment & Leisure businesses, Outdoor Adventure Businesses, Golf courses

Frodsham Golf Course and Land freehold

Lot 1 An 18 Hole, 6328 Yard, par 70 Golf Course set amidst 108 acres of rolling Cheshire Countryside. Clubhouse with bar and dining area, cloakrooms, professional shop, excellent car park, free draining undulating land and woodland. Total...

Location: Frodsham, Cheshire, England

Search categories: Golf courses, Leisure businesses, Golf shops

  • F/H Price: £1,200,000 - £1,400,000
Hotel - Aberdeenshire
Hotel - Aberdeenshire

10 Bedroom boutique style hotel with restaurant Set on 2.5 acres of land Fully refurbished throughout Extra purchase- 3 bed cottage for £250,000 (Ideal letting opportunity or owners accommodation) Profitable hotel and restaurant,...

Location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Search categories: Pubs and Hotel Property, Hotels and Motels, Pubs Businesses, Golf courses, Land (Commercial)

Golf Club, Bar and Catering Franchise

This is an exciting opportunity for experienced Hospitality professionals to acquire a Franchise for the Food and Beverage offering at one of the South Wests most popular Links Golf Courses. The Club has circa 600 members and attracts...

Location: Perranporth, Cornwall, England

Search categories: Food Franchises, Bars, Restaurants, Golf courses

  • L/H Price: £5,000
  • Annual Turnover: £250,000

Established in 1967 (oldest in England), Family owned since Inception. Well Maintained Estate features 10 Floodlit Covered Bays and 10 Open Grass Tees. Large Fairway 10,000 sq yard Pitch & Putt Practice Area and 2 Large Putting Greens with Scope to Expand to 9 Hole Pitch & Putt Course. Purpose Built Clubhouse with Retail & Games Room Facilities (potential to upgrade). Long Established Clientelle....

Location: Bolton, Greater Manchester, England

Search categories: Golf courses, Leisure businesses, Golf shops, Investment Properties, Large Corporate Property

  • F/H Price: £950,000
  • Annual Turnover: £40,000
Leisure Facility Comprising Of Golf Driving Range, Golf Shop/Office and Forme...

• Established Leisure Business With Potential For Further Recreational/Leisure Development (subject to planning consents). • Option To Purchase Adjacent 31 Acres With Former Carp Fishing Lake, Caravan Site & Cottages • Tremendous...

Location: Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales

Search categories: Golf courses, Crazy Golf Courses, Golf shops, Outdoor Adventure Businesses

Stunning 18 Hole Golf Course (59 Par) situated in the hills above the Beautif...

• Stunning 18 Hole Golf Course (59 Par) • Situated in the hills above the Beautiful North Wales Coast. • Superb views from many fairways • Recently constructed Club House • Healthy turnover and profits with scope to improve • Excellent...

Location: Abergele, Clwyd, Wales

Search categories: Golf courses, Leisure businesses, Golf shops, Crazy Golf Courses, Other Entertainment & Leisure businesses

  • F/H Price: £1,490,000
  • Annual Turnover: £250,000

Fantastic opportunity to acquire impressive & scrupulously maintained 18-hole golf course with online booking available & widespread membership & guest base located in idyllic rolling countryside. Comes with purpose-built disabled &...

Location: Clwyd, Wales

Search categories: Golf courses, Outdoor Adventure Businesses

  • Price: Offers invited
  • Annual Turnover: £127,730
Leisure Facility Comprising of 5 Apartments, 4 Cottages, Golf Driving Range, ...

Set within Approximately 32 acres agricultural land. Strategic Gateway location just off the A55, with excellent access to Snowdonia, Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula. Established Leisure Business with Potential For Further...

Location: Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales

Search categories: Leisure businesses, Other Entertainment & Leisure businesses, Outdoor Adventure Businesses, Golf courses, Caravan Parks

  • F/H Price: £2,500,000Price Reduced arrow_drop_down

Aberystwyth, Turnover £109,000 Shortfall in high end accommodation. Membership fees account for approximately 45% of annual turnover, Huge potential to develop the site by introducing hotel and spa facilities, Located ½ mile away...

Location: Wales

Search categories: Golf courses, Restaurants, Investment Properties, Leisure businesses, Miscellaneous businesses

  • Price: Offers invited
  • Annual Turnover: £109,000

Buying a golf course: basic factors to consider

Becoming a golf course owner may sound like the ideal business for any golfing enthusiast, but they can also prove attractive investments for those looking for a solid return in the hospitality, leisure and commercial property sectors. Before committing to a purchase, you should make sure that the course you want to buy is going to deliver the lifestyle and earnings potential that you’re looking for.

Golf businesses come in all shapes and sizes and are popular choices for those looking to buy a leisure business. In addition to the standard 18 hole course, it’s possible to purchase small urban ‘crazy golf’ courses and multi-storey driving ranges; each type of golf business can turn a profit in the right hands. When choosing a golf course business, you’ll need to examine the local demographic very carefully – the business type should suit the local customer profile, and should be able to profit from seasonal changes in local population, too. 

If the golf course is for sale as a going concern, then acreage and profit margin is likely to play a large role in determining the value of the business. The number of current active paying members is another important metric, as is the cost of any contracts that continue long into the future (e.g. employee contracts, property lease, grounds maintenance contracts). Other factors that could increase the asking price are the kind of buildings included in the sale; if the golf course hosts a licensed clubhouse, letting rooms and / or owners accommodation, this will affect the kind of earnings and lifestyle that a new owner can expect, and will have an impact on the price.

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