Lee County Economic Development Office

Originally posted at http://www.leecountybusiness.com/alico-family-golf/

Alico Family Golf

Since opening in January 2104 Alico Family Golf (AFG) has been a SWFL golfer’s dream come true. This family entertainment center that focuses on the game of golf gives its customers the opportunity to learn, practice and play all aspects of the game. We sat down with co-owner, Kraig Feighery to learn more about this popular Lee County business.

Why Lee County

I became a full time Lee County resident in 2005 after visiting from Connecticut and owning a vacation home here for many years.

Secret to Success

Our secret to success is just that, there is no secret with AFG. We are transparent with what we offer and how we can deliver that to our customers. With so much going on down here in SWFL, customer service executed properly can highlight one business more than another especially if both are competing for the same entertainment dollars.

What Differentiates Us

Differentiators are what sets you apart from the rest and I believe that AFG’s facility sets itself apart from most like minded activities in the fact that it offers something for everybody in the family unit at a great value which can be facilitated during the day or at night.

When you can group together AFG’s new 9 hole short course, 18-hole ADA compliant miniature golf course, 70 stall driving range, golf coaching for all, events, food and beverage, full service golf shop delivered with a friendly smile that is focused on total customer satisfaction no matter the time of day who’s mission is to grow the game of golf through learning-practicing & playing in a fun, social and competitive atmosphere can and will continue to be our x factor!

Little Known Fact

AFG is one of only 4 stand alone driving ranges in the state of Florida that received Top 50 best by Golf Range Association of America in 2016.

Community Involvement is Key

We’re the meeting location for a local Rotary club,  we are involved in a number of fundraisers for Make A Wish, Golisano Children’s Hospital and the PGA Hope Program for Veterans.