OWN A GOLFCAVE

TURN YOUR PASSION INTO A REWARDING PROFESSION

GolfCave was founded in 2012 with the goal of developing a replicable and smooth running business to franchise. Every system and detail we have in place has been carefully tested and selected to promote scalability and growth.

As our tagline, “The Evolution of Golf” implies, we are constantly innovating with technology and methods to provide a better customer experience for golfers, to automate and simplify backend operations for future franchisees, and to drive the indoor golf industry forward.

If you’re passionate about golf and exceptional customer service, become a part of the growing market for indoor golf. Stand on the shoulders of GolfCave, and turn your passion for golf into a rewarding profession.

OWN A GOLFCAVE

Simple Model

GolfCave is primarily a membership-based, recurring revenue model, with a simple concept and a goal to give golfers the best indoor golf experience.

Ongoing Training & Support

Our franchisees are our top priority. Franchisees receive ongoing training and support to help achieve their business goals at GolfCave.

The Demand is There

There has been a surge of golf participants in the past few years for both outdoor and indoor golf. Be a part of this growing industry!

OWN A GOLFCAVE

INVESTMENT OVERVIEW CHART

$487,118- 1,277,374

Initial Investment Range

$500,000

Minimum Net Worth

$150,000

Minimum Liquid

DISCLAIMERS

  1. “This is not a franchise offering.  The franchise offering is only made by prospectus (Franchise Disclosure Document).”
  2. “This franchise is not being offered to residents of the States of California, Hawaii, Maryland, North Dakota, South Dakota or Washington State.”
  3. “CALIFORNIA: OUR WEBSITE HAS NOT BEEN REVIEWED OR APPROVED BY THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS PROTECTION AND INNOVATION, ANY COMPLAINTS CONCERNING THE CONTENT OF THIS WEBSITE MAY BE DIRECTED TO THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS PROTECTION AND INNOVATION AT WWW.DFPI.CA.GOV”.
  4. “NEW YORK: This advertisement is not an offering.  An offering can only be made by a prospectus filed first with the Department of Law of the State of New York.  Such filing does not constitute approval by the New York Department of Law.”