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Golf Etc.
Golf equipment, club fitting, club repair

About
Founded

1992

Franchising Since

1995 (23 Years)

Corporate Address

2201 Commercial Ln.
Granbury, TX 76048

Financial Requirements
Initial Investment

$325,000 - $451,000

Liquid Cash Requirement

$75,000 - $110,000

Ongoing Fees
Initial Franchise Fee

$30,000 - $30,000

Ongoing Royalty Fee

2.5%

Financing Options

Golf Etc. has relationships with third-party sources which offer financing to cover the following: 
franchise fee, startup costs, equipment, inventory, accounts receivable, payroll

Support Options
Ongoing Support

Newsletter

Toll-Free Line

Field Operations

Marketing Support

Ad Templates

On-The-Job Training:

3-4 days

Classroom Training:

5 days

Additional Training:

Optional advanced training

Absentee Ownership Allowed
Number of Employees Required to Run:

3

Bio
Golf Etc. of America was founded in 1992 as a national golf consulting and construction company, but changed its focus in 1996 to golf retail shops. Stores provide custom-fitted golf clubs and club repair. Golfers can practice their skills on the stores’ practice putting greens and the indoor hitting and driving area.
Cost
Initial Investment: Low - $325,000 High - $451,000
Units

Units (Locations)

Where Seeking Franchisees:

Franchisor is seeking new franchise units throughout the U.S. and in the following regions/states: Australia/New Zealand, Canada, Eastern Europe, Mexico, Western Europe
Franchise Financing
Using 401(K)/IRA Funds
  • Tax Penalty-Free
  • Debt Free
  • Expert Guidance
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Disclaimer

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Updated: July 18th, 2012