Winter SunHave You Thought Of Golf Cover?

By: Keith Mcgregor

There is nothing worse in finding that the cover taken out does not stretch to the activities you had in mind. Falling into that category is Golf Insurance. It may be a dedicated trip abroad to try out the many stunning golf courses, not only in Europe but also the USA and increasingly in the Far East, or perhaps a casual round whilst on holiday, it still pays to be covered.

Golf equipment is expensive and, whether it is delayed in transit or, worse, still stolen, the result is the same frustration, anger and helplessness. Well, some travel insurance policies on the market can help to lessen these understandable emotions by making available a comprehensive insurance package to cover from this occurring to you.

Working along similar lines to Wintersports insurance, you can cover yourself for your own golf equipment and this extends to equipment hired once at your destination. By simply selecting the golf cover option on your policy, you are covered for the period you are away. Again look at the small print, but some policies do offer cover for the same flat fee, irrespective of whether it is for a single trip travel insurance policy or for the annual multi-tip travel insurance policy. The latter represents very good value if you are a keen golfer who likes to get away for regular golfing breaks.

What’s more, these policies often include loss of green fees if you are unable to play in the event of delayed arrival at your destination for any reason beyond your control. If you shop around, there are some policies on the market, such as at www.travelandinsure.com Free Articles, which have even thought of covering you for that ‘Holy Grail’ in golf – the ‘hole-in-one’ and provide a handy sum to reimburse you for the inevitable celebration at the 19th hole!

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