Golf Genius achieves milestone with 1,000 Clubs using Golf Hub in the first year

Golf Genius has announced that over 1,000 private clubs, public courses, and golf associations have started using Golf Genius Golf Hub since launching just one year ago.

Golf Hub, which is available to all current Golf Genius TMS subscribers, helps golf professionals promote awareness, drive registration and boost participation across their golf events, leagues, and clinics.

Craig Higgs, Managing Director at Golf Genius International, commented: “The introduction of Golf Hub has given our community of clubs and associations another tool to fully optimise how they run events.

“We value the feedback we get from our current users, and therefore, we’ll continue to innovate and make important strides within the technology market to offer the most efficient solution to run and manage events – with Golf Hub being one example of this.”

Managers, organisers, and club professionals can easily create an online registration page for any golf event – whether it be for a competition, “league” or simply for a coaching clinic.

The Golf Hub set up can then be embedded into existing club websites, included within email campaigns, and promoted via social media channels – to help clubs align their communications across every platform.

“Golf Hub has already saved us a lot of time and has made organising an event a lot easier. All our payments go directly through stripe – where we can see what payments are being made, for each specific competition. It is far simpler from an accounting point of view,” commented David Holmes, General Manager at Hollinwell (Notts Golf Club Ltd).

To find out more about Golf Genius and how it can deliver greater efficiencies for your golf facility, you can book a free product demonstration here.

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