The success of any project depends on proper planning. Time spent on planning is never a waste, its an investment worth going for. During the planning stage various important questions are to be addressed by experienced advisors. Some of these questions are:

  •  Is the site strategically located for Golf Course development?
  • How is the accessibility to the site?
  • How is the market demand and future potential for a golf course?
  • Is the project going to be self sustaining and commercially viable?
  • What is the expected return on investment (ROI)?

Preparing an independent feasibility study is going to be very helpful in the success of the project. Engaging industry experts like AV GOLF make sure that there are no surprises in the end and over viability of the project is well planned. There are various phases of planning which include:

  • SITE ANALYSIS 
  • MARKET POTENTIAL STUDY
  • ADJACENT REAL ESTATE
  • PROJECT CONCEPT
  • FINANCIAL EVALUATION

SITE SELECTION

The site selection /  evaluation is critical to the success of a Golf project.

AV GOLF helps the clients to select the best possible site available. When a site is identified as a possible location for a golf development, it is essential to carry out an analysis of the site to determine its potential and identify opportunities and any constraints which may cause problems in a golf course layout.

Our intensive analysis ensures that the client does not waste time and money developing the wrong site.

FEASIBILITY

There are many factors which go to make a good choice for a golf course or practice range and both the physical features of the site and more importantly the planning situation must be understood in order to be able to develop the site in the first place and then create a successful and sustainable golf facility.

By testing some golf layouts on the site, one can establish what size of course can safely fit onto the land. If required the existing market conditions and competition from nearby similar golf facilities may be researched to understand the demand for golf in the area.