Simon Barratt joins UK division of Golf Genius

Golf Genius, the leading provider of cloud-hosted golf software solutions, has announced the appointment of Simon Barratt as its new Sales Manager for Midlands, South of England and Wales.

With over 20 years of experience in golf software, Barratt has previously held roles across support, training, implementation, account management, and new business sales. This includes working closely with The R&A to supply World Handicapping System (WHS) services to golf clubs in more than 15 countries.

Beginning with immediate effect, Barratt will work closely with golf facilities across these regions to provide them with the most appropriate solutions for addressing their current and future operational needs.

“I’m delighted to be joining Golf Genius and supporting them with my knowledge and experience at a crucial time for the industry”, comments Barratt. “UK Golf clubs and resorts are facing an uphill battle to manage the unprecedented levels of participation and demand being seen, so having the opportunity to provide them with the best solutions available in the market through Golf Genius is really motivating.”

The news further demonstrates an expansion in Golf Genius’ operational presence across the UK market and strengthens its commitment to supporting golf facilities across the country with its market-leading software solutions.

General Manager of Golf Genius – UK, Nick Stocking, commented: “Simon is a strong addition to our team. His knowledge, experience and track record of success will deliver opportunities for more UK golf clubs to benefit from the best-in-class software and services that Golf Genius is renowned for.”

To find out more about Golf Genius and how it can benefit your golf facility, you can contact Simon Barratt at

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