Dryvebox offers golf virtually anytime, anywhere.
It was the fall of 2020 – still in the dark days of the pandemic – when Adeel Yang hauled his new-fangled trailer down to Stanford University to prove he had the makings of a legitimate company.
Born out of his own golf addiction and space constraints in his San Francisco home, Yang figured out how to successfully insert a golf simulator inside a street-legal trailer. At a time when at-home simulators and off-course golf entertainment were starting to reach fever pitch, Yang’s invention created a mobile niche within that non-traditional golf space.
When Yang came to Stanford, he parked his trailer behind a few of the dorms and charged $50 for each session. Even though in-person classes were limited at the time, the remaining students could not use the golf course and were desperate for a small slice of the game.
Yang watched as a long line formed.
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