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Golf Care - Why do golfers need insurance?

Why do golfers need insurance?

Even the most experienced golfers can hit wayward shots on the golf course.

Have you thought what would happen if you accidentally struck another golfer, a car or even a building? One UK golfer was awarded £397,000 in damages after being hit by a wayward shot - could you afford to take the risk?

With specialist golf insurance from Golf Care, you'll get £5m Public Liability insurance as standard with all our policies. Public Liability insurance means that if an accident was to happen, you'll be covered against any claims for legal fees and damages made against you. With Golf Care, you also get Personal Accident cover which compensates you if you were to get injured out on the golf course.

Protect your golf equipment

As well as protecting yourself and your fellow golfers, specialist golf insurance from Golf Care also protects your golf equipment on a New-for-Old* basis. So, if your kit was to get lost, damaged or stolen, we would pay for a new replacement. And it's not just your clubs that we insure. Our cover also includes balls, bags, trolleys, carts, clothing, GPS devices and GPS watches, items which often aren’t covered under home contents insurance.

We also give all our customers Hole-in-One cover – meaning we'll take care of your bar bill if you happen to hole an ace in a competition!

Can you afford to take the risk?

With Golf Care, you can now get 30% OFF specialist golf insurance with cover from just £24.49 a year. Plus, you’ll get:

   + 6 FREE Srixon AD333 balls (worth £15)

   + 3 FREE rounds of golf (worth up to £360)

   + FREE ball marker

If you have any questions about our cover, our UK based call handling team are on hand on deal with your query quickly and efficiently - one of the reasons why we're rated 'Excellent' on Trustpilot.

Call us today on 0800 158 5515 and quote GEWB18 or click here to view our policy options.

*We’ll replace your clubs on a ‘New-for-Old’ basis if they were purchased new and are up to three years old, subject to satisfactory proof of ownership.