- Bays with Mats (40+ on Range Studio, 23 are Power Tee Stations)
- Accurate Yardage Measurements on Tees to Targets
- Short Game Practice Area
- Lighting for Night Use
- Synthetic Putting Green
- Covered Areas
- Miniature Golf Course (18)
- Heated Bays (12)
- Golf Shop (500 Sq. Ft.)
- Food & Beverage
- Batting Cages (9)
- Pavillion Areas (4; can accomodate up to 1,000+ guests)
- Sand Volleyball Courts (5)
- Power Tee Automated Hitting Stations (23)
- Basketball Courts (2)
- Rocky Cove Mining (where customers enjoy finding treasure in our 20-foot mining sluice)
Type of Range Targets:
- Built-up Greens
- Fairway Cuts
- Short Game Posts (set at 20-yard intervals at three locations on tee line)
- Target Nets at 40 Yards
- Sonix Golf Targets
Number of PGA Professional Instructors: 4
Number of LPGA Professional Instructors: 1
Clubfitting services provided.
Total number of visits to range per year: 150,000
Number of range balls dispensed on range per year: 5 Million+
Number of range balls in inventory: 50,000
New balls are acquired: 2-3 times per year. Largest order is in the spring
Best range promotion: We continued our Dulles Golf Club membership, where Erange Key purchasers and Golf Academy students receive discounts on merchandise, lessons, businesses, restaurants. Our most popular events this year were Father’s Day and Mother’s Day offering free range balls, mini golf, and batting cage tokens to moms and dads on those days. Our golf professionals are here during that time on the tee line offering swing tips and interacting with our customers. We also added in July 4th and Memorial Day and Labor promotions to our customer base
We hosted multiple fundraising events throughout the year at Dulles Golf Center where 30%-50% of all proceeds go directly to the charity, school, church, or team. We are well known in the area as a great venue to do these types of events. We also donated a % of our revenues throughout an entire month to Children’s Inn at NIH and Operation Homefront.
We hosted a very large open house in April that was free to the local community, We provided free food and drink, free access to activities and games throughout the day as a way to say thank you to our local community and businesses for supporting us. We also hosted a mini golf tournament and donated all proceeds to the local charity.
Lastly, we invited all special needs kids at every school in Loudoun and Fairfax C ounties to come in and enjoy the activities we offer for free. We had hundreds of children come here this year.