Golf Holiday Insurance
If your holiday plans include, or are built around playing golf you may well have decided to take your golf clubs on holiday with you rather than hiring a set while you are on holiday. Golf travel insurance can be added to many holiday insurance policies to obtain travel insurance with golf cover. So if you want golf insurance this may be the cheapest way of getting golf club insurance.
Some holiday insurance company products now include a specialist golf holiday insurance policy.
What is Golf Holiday Insurance?
If you are planning on playing golf while you are on holiday then you should consider adding the golf option to your single trip or annual travel insurance policy.
To add golf holiday insurance to your policy you may have to select whether you require budget, standard or superior cover which will offer different levels of cover and benefits for your golf holiday.
Can I get increased golf equipment cover?
An enhanced or premium golf holiday insurance option will insure your golf equipment against loss and theft up to a certain value, say £1000. With standard golf insurance policies the maximum you can claim per item may be as low as £250 which would not be sufficient to cover most sets of golf clubs, and in some cases it would not even cover the cost of your 1 wood! So if your golf equipment is valuable it is advisable to increase the level of cover of your golf travel insurance policy.
Does golf insurance cover loss of green fees?
Check that your golf holiday travel insurance will cover loss of green fees. This will mean that you are covered for loss of green fees. For example up to £50 per day, up to a maximum of £250 for the unused portion of pre-paid green fees that you arranged before you departed if you need to cancel your golf holiday for medical reasons.
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