Become an Associate
The golf course does not put up a penny. It does not have to manage the hotel. It benefits from guest spending on food and beverage in the clubhouse, plus additional paid rounds on the golf course. It's one heck of a deal for golf courses that fit the profile. However, the profile is the catch!
That's where people doing business anywhere in the business of golf might make an easy $5,000 bucks.
I'm looking for persons who work in some capacity in the golf course business who can identify golf courses appropriate for a rooms-only hotel of 80 to 120 rooms.
Here's what I'm looking for:
- Golf courses located along (or very close) with easy access from major Interstate or State highways. A nearby airport is a plus, and
- The golf course must be located near a major commercial area or near a major medical center, and
- It must have land available for purchase (or lease in the case of municipally owned golf courses) at a fair price - approximately 25,000 square feet located near the clubhouse.
It can be any type of golf course - Public, Semi-Private, Private, even Municipal.
IS THIS FOR REAL? WRITE ME, MIKE@GOLFMAK.COM, AND I'LL SEND YOU A A VIDEO LINK SHOWING A HOTEL PLACED ON A GOLF COURSE UNDER THIS PROGRAM. YOU'LL SEE IT IS BEAUTIFULLY ADAPTED TO THE GOLF COURSE. IT ADDED OVER $500,000 A YEAR TO THE GOLF COURSE.
The hotel will bring from 40,000 to 50,000 people a year to the property. It will be a rooms-only hotel. Hotel guests will patronize the clubhouse bar and restaurant and many guests will play the golf course or use the practice range. Estimated additional paid rounds to the golf course run from 3,000 to 5,000 annually.
The hotel may include a swimming pool and a fitness room - unless the golf club already has them. The hotel will share the current parking lot with the golf course. If extra parking space is needed the hotel will create it at its own expense. The hotel permitting, building, and management is all paid for by the hotel company.
The golf course will not be out a penny.
HOW DO YOU GET PAID THE FINDERS FEE?
I will send you a simple finders fee agreement that you acknowledge and return to me. Then, all you need to do is identify an appropriate golf course with the name of the principal contact. Your dated email becomes your proof of registration (if any duplicates, the email date solves it).
ONCE A GOLF COURSE IS IDENTIFIED...
Our associate hotel company will conduct a full feasibility study of the golf course and its location. If it's determined to be an Grade A location a contract will be offered to the golf course. If all goes well the deal will be conveyed to a hotel company - anything from Hyatt to Marriott, to DoubleTree, etc. That's when the finder's fee is paid.
The hotel takes it from there. It will purchase the 25,000 sq ft of land at a fair price. If it's a municipally owned golf course the hotel will lease the land for 50-years. As indicated, once the deal is signed with the golf course and conveyed (sold) to the chosen hotel chain, the finder's fee is paid. It could take a year or more to complete a deal to earn the finder.
Meanwhile, there's very little effort to earn the finder fee. If you are aware of a golf course meeting the three basic criteria you need only register it along with the contact principal with me by email. If your registration is first for that golf course you will be entitled to the $5,000 if a hotel deal is completed.
Contact me by email and I'll send the agreement.
Mike Kahn, Golfmak, Inc. Email: Mike@golfmak.com. 941-739-3990.