Who's Watching the Store?

Who's Watching the Store?

January 22, 2019, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Room 102
Language:
English
Green fees account for much of the revenue at a golf course. Rounds of golf are also the product with the shortest shelf-life in your operation; available rounds expire every seven to ten minutes. When they go unsold, or sell-out too soon, the revenue opportunity is lost forever. What systems do you have in place to accurately track these opportunities? What is the periodic feedback loop that measures the results? How accurate is the information you are reviewing? How detailed is it? Are you able to see the week of the year, the day of the week, the hour of day comparisons? How can you know how you are performing if you don't know how well your competition is doing? In this session, we will outline the tools to make sense of the data available in the marketplace. We will help you consider performance-based compensation strategies that reward market-leading performance and measurable revenue growth.  

Contributors

  • Don Rea, PGA

    Speaker

    Owner/Operator

    Augusta Ranch Golf Club

    Mr. Rea is owner/operator of Augusta Ranch Golf Club which his company Community Course Rescue Services leases from the community homeowner's...

  • Mike Loustalot

    Speaker

    Founder

    The ORCA Report

    Mike Loustalot, 56, founder of The ORCA Report has spent a lifetime connected to the game and business of golf. Loustalot is the eldest son of a 3rd...

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