RDC Golf Group is an active acquirer of golf courses and country clubs and has a proven track record of closing sizeable transactions quickly and professionally. Acquisitions can take the form of purchases, leases, joint ventures or other creative structures tailored to meet each property’s particular needs.
Leveraging the vast experience gained through operating its own golf facilities, RDC Golf Group also offers management services to other owners – whether they are owner/investors, not-for-profit membership groups (equity clubs) or institutions.
In all cases the goal is the same – maximize the potential of the golf course or country club by surpassing service and quality expectations in all areas, guided by a solid business plan implemented by an experienced team of professionals utilizing an operating infrastructure not available to most golf course owners.
FOR OPERATORS AND MUNICIPALITIES…
Prior to beginning the operations of a golf project, understanding the potential financial viability of the proposed facility will be a great help in assuring the greatest opportunity for success. Feasibility studies have become a crucial component of proposed golf facilities, focusing on the essential aspects of new golf facility development. Further, a credible and impartial feasibility study is essential when attempting to secure community support. To this end, RDC Golf Group has conducted unbiased new golf facility feasibility studies for municipalities. The key elements addressed in these feasibility studies include:
OPERATIONAL AUDIT -
For any existing golf facility, its operational structure and procedures can strongly impact the profitability of the individual profit centers and the entire operation. Golf courses must strive to provide the best possible product, while generating the maximum amount of revenues in a cost efficient manner. This is especially true in changing markets with increasing competition. RDC Golf Group assists an operation by assessing and reviewing the following:
This provides the client with an in-depth analysis of the facility's strengths and weaknesses. This can be utilized as a strategic overview to improve any facility.
CUSTOMIZED ANALYSIS REVIEW
If your facility does not require a complete operational review/study and you continue to have difficulty with specific revenue centers, RDC Golf Group may provide your facility with a customized study such as:
FOR BUYERS AND LENDERS...
MARKET FEASIBILITY STUDY - ACQUISITION/REFINANCING
In today's golf market, the acquisition of existing facilities requires careful planning and knowledge of both the property under consideration and its market area. Only with an understanding of the due diligence elements can the present and future revenue generation and debt retirement potential of a golf facility be determined. RDC Golf Group Acquisition/Refinancing studies typically focus on general feasibility study issues, plus other items such as:
Drawing from years of experience owning and operating golf courses and country clubs, RDC Golf Group now offers it's Owner's Perspective to you.
Whether you are a developer, owner, buyer or lender, you will benefit from RDC Golf Group's experienced gained from its own investment in golf facilities. Few other advisors can offer such a real world perspective.
MARKET FEASIBILITIY STUDY - GOLF FACILITY DEVELOPMENT
Prior to beginning the development of a golf project, understanding the potential financial viability of the proposed facility will be a great help in assuring the greatest opportunity for success. Feasibility studies have become a crucial component of proposed golf facilities, focusing on the essential aspects of new golf facility development. Further, a credible and impartial feasibility study is essential when attempting to secure financing and/or attract potential partners. To this end, RDC Golf Group has conducted unbiased new golf facility feasibility studies for developers. The key elements addressed in these feasibility studies include:
FOR ASSISTANCE WITH ANY OF RDC GOLF GROUP'S ADVISORY SERVICES PLEASE CONTACT:
Phone: (732) 656-8900