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Golf insurance + dozen balls + 3 rounds of golf £24.49 @ Golf care

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Golf insurance + dozen balls + 3 rounds of golf £24.49 @ Golf care
Posted 16th Aug 2020

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Golf insurance, sounds a bit silly and probably is.

But this comes with a free pack of a dozen balls, these ones are typically £18 a dozen. Free ball marker.

It also gives you 3x free rounds of golf at a variety of courses, some quite pricey.

Play one of the three rounds and you've done well.

For a giggle, it includes hole-in-one insurance, covering your bar bill after your ace.
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Madchester17/08/2020 00:03

So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept …So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept you may get hit by a ball. What next? football strike insurance Anyway to b;ame someone for something and you can create an industry, it’s disgusting.



Dumb comment of the highest order.

I play on a course lined by houses and the amount of times wayward shots go into their lawns is crazy. It only takes a broken window or a dented car then you’ll wish you had insurance.

Plus, if you hit someone with a wayward shot then why shouldn’t they claim off you for a personal injury claim if they need specialised treatment privately.

And in answer to your stupid ‘what next’ quip >>>> Football Insurance
Edited by: "ArcadeAssassin" 17th Aug
I take out golf insurance each year. However, I just move the company around to get the first year deal each time. There are three bespoke insurance company. I didn't know until my renewal this year that two of them are owned by the same parent insurance company.

I had phoned the first company to say I would not be renewing. On asking why I said it was because in this case golf care did it cheaper. They stated, that they also own them and could take the payment of me then as well.
Quidco and Topcashback are offering 16.5% cashback for Golf Care.
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Thanks OP. At first I thought this was a joke, but then read th"

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Hole-in-one

bar bill cover

Why do golfers need insurance?
Every golfer needs insurance. No matter how good your game is or how careful you are, playing golf always comes with the risk of an accident.

Golf players are held responsible if their wayward shot (or even their club) hits someone else and causes injury. Golf Public Liability insurance covers you if you cause injury to another golfer or damage someone's property. While playing golf, your legal liability is protected up to £5 million.

Equipment cover means your clubs, bag and other accessories can be replaced if they get damaged or are lost or stolen. With the average cost of a set of clubs, bag and trolley valued at well over £1,500, it's perhaps surprising that most golfers don't have appropriate golf insurance – particularly when golf clubs often aren't covered under home contents insurance.

Personal Accident insurance protects your own welfare for up to £50,000 if you get seriously injured when playing a round of golf.

With Golf Care, as well as everything above, 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!

Golf Care's golf insurance cover starts from just £24.49 a year for our Bronze package, with Silver, Gold and Platinum levels of insurance cover also available. With our specialist protection, golfers can have true peace of mind every time they step on the course.
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I can see the insurers loses are going to be horrendous, all those hole in ones that are now going to happen up and down the Country!
I’ve been looking at this recently and as cover for the hole in one and incase you hit anyone on the course it’s ok, the small print for the cover of your equipment is pretty limiting.
With the free balls and free games it makes it a good deal but don’t expect to get paid out if your stocks get stolen
I take out golf insurance each year. However, I just move the company around to get the first year deal each time. There are three bespoke insurance company. I didn't know until my renewal this year that two of them are owned by the same parent insurance company.

I had phoned the first company to say I would not be renewing. On asking why I said it was because in this case golf care did it cheaper. They stated, that they also own them and could take the payment of me then as well.
Quidco and Topcashback are offering 16.5% cashback for Golf Care.
Seems decent. used TCB also. Some good Courses on the list.
306notout16/08/2020 21:30

I’ve been looking at this recently and as cover for the hole in one and i …I’ve been looking at this recently and as cover for the hole in one and incase you hit anyone on the course it’s ok, the small print for the cover of your equipment is pretty limiting.With the free balls and free games it makes it a good deal but don’t expect to get paid out if your stocks get stolen


Yeah exactly that.

I'd get it if the free rounds saved me cash then see the insurance as the freebie.
DrewReidy16/08/2020 22:10

Seems decent. used TCB also. Some good Courses on the list.


Yeah it's a short list, but I was impressed the Belfry was on there.
Thanks, basically the same price as the balls and 3 rounds for free is great. Plus quidco cashback.

Quite a few really decent courses available with their vouchers near me. Belfry is lovely and while the derby course isn't the best, half price at the brabazon/pga is still a good price.
How do you find a list of the courses?
Have I read correctly that you can't use the 3 free rounds at the same venue?
Such a shame there is nothing in the Sussex area or I'd have bitten their hand off
So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept you may get hit by a ball. What next? football strike insurance

Anyway to b;ame someone for something and you can create an industry, it’s disgusting.
Srixon AD333 balls and ball marker only available while stocks last. We reserve the right to amend, remove or suspend any non-insurance benefits without prior notice. Terms and conditions apply.
Madchester17/08/2020 00:03

So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept …So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept you may get hit by a ball. What next? football strike insurance Anyway to b;ame someone for something and you can create an industry, it’s disgusting.



Dumb comment of the highest order.

I play on a course lined by houses and the amount of times wayward shots go into their lawns is crazy. It only takes a broken window or a dented car then you’ll wish you had insurance.

Plus, if you hit someone with a wayward shot then why shouldn’t they claim off you for a personal injury claim if they need specialised treatment privately.

And in answer to your stupid ‘what next’ quip >>>> Football Insurance
Edited by: "ArcadeAssassin" 17th Aug
Brightsideoflife16/08/2020 23:58

Have I read correctly that you can't use the 3 free rounds at the same …Have I read correctly that you can't use the 3 free rounds at the same venue?


I believe so mate
ms01rd16/08/2020 23:36

How do you find a list of the courses?


It’s on their website mate when you click on the offer
Unfortunately the hole in 1 cover only applies to club competitions
ArcadeAssassin17/08/2020 00:51

Dumb comment of the highest order... And in answer to your stupid ‘what n …Dumb comment of the highest order... And in answer to your stupid ‘what next’ quip


Nice to see you're sticking to tradition; unneccesary posts using terms like dumb or stupid almost invariably come from the dumb or stupid. Your own football link demonstrates that players buying "football insurance" are buying it to cover loss of earnings, personal injury costs. Only products aimed at teams and facilities typically cover things like injuries to spectators.

Seems surreal to me that a golf course isn't expected to be insured for incidents like neighboroughing properties on behalf of players, not least because it would be a lot more convenient for the neighbours than having to hunt down a specific player for compensation; hell, I could crash an aircraft into a house and if I was on lessons or renting through a flight club the damage is covered by their insurance so I've no idea why you feel the need to be so rude because someone is surprised by personal golf insurance.
Madchester17/08/2020 00:03

So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept …So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept you may get hit by a ball. What next? football strike insurance Anyway to b;ame someone for something and you can create an industry, it’s disgusting.



You need to do research. Just google for people suing after being hit by golf ball. Person in UK was awarded £5m for losing an eye. Its not other golfers its members of the public wandering around golf courses.
Madchester17/08/2020 00:03

So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept …So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept you may get hit by a ball. What next? football strike insurance Anyway to b;ame someone for something and you can create an industry, it’s disgusting.


Have you ever been hit by an errant golf ball travelling at speed without warning?
I’d be more worried about being struck by lightning. Who would you sue then?
I have never thought of getting insurance (will usually ensure my home contents includes golf clubs) but it does make sense, and the freebies make this ridiculously good value if you have a nearby course. Thanks for sharing.
Cheeter16/08/2020 23:08

Thanks, basically the same price as the balls and 3 rounds for free is …Thanks, basically the same price as the balls and 3 rounds for free is great. Plus quidco cashback. Quite a few really decent courses available with their vouchers near me. Belfry is lovely and while the derby course isn't the best, half price at the brabazon/pga is still a good price.


Haven't played the Derby for nearly 20 years! Is it better now than back then? Played the Brabazon last year, not played the PGA. I'm guessing the half price will be against the "list price" on these courses, which will probably only bring it down to the price you can usually get on them for?
I notice the Forest of Arden is on the list, anyone know if this is the main Arden course (am I right in thinking they have a couple of courses?)
I have this insurance and it is great, i have used one of the vouchers at a QHotel venue near me and had a couple of extra free dozen balls by referring people. The AD333 is a great ball and usually cost around £16 per dozen

The main reason I bought it is due to my fear of damage to other people's property, I have a massive slice that I am trying to correct, but it also means theres a chance it can swing right onto other fairways, roads, houses, livestock etc
N1AK17/08/2020 07:26

Nice to see you're sticking to tradition; unneccesary posts using terms …Nice to see you're sticking to tradition; unneccesary posts using terms like dumb or stupid almost invariably come from the dumb or stupid. Your own football link demonstrates that players buying "football insurance" are buying it to cover loss of earnings, personal injury costs. Only products aimed at teams and facilities typically cover things like injuries to spectators.Seems surreal to me that a golf course isn't expected to be insured for incidents like neighboroughing properties on behalf of players, not least because it would be a lot more convenient for the neighbours than having to hunt down a specific player for compensation; hell, I could crash an aircraft into a house and if I was on lessons or renting through a flight club the damage is covered by their insurance so I've no idea why you feel the need to be so rude because someone is surprised by personal golf insurance.



Ok. Ill bite. Not sure what you mean by tradition?? Thanks for assuming im dumb and stupid and not just irked at someone who clearly had no idea about golf. Also, clubs sometimes include insurance as part of the membership fees but this tends to only cover certain things on their course. If you were to play other courses, or not have a membership and just played wherever and when you like you would need your own insurance. If i was learning on a course (as per your flight analogy) i would be covered by the teachers insurance, if im in my own (and it was your own plane) then you would need your own insurance.

And lastly, at no point did they say they were surprised by golf insurance, they said it was ridiculous, and they were laughing and that golfers should expect to be hit by a ball whilst playing.

That, is dumb and stupid!
Edited by: "ArcadeAssassin" 17th Aug
Real_mac17/08/2020 11:38

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Let us know what your interests are, us golfers are obviously living life incorrectly and need advice on living from you....
Madchester17/08/2020 00:03

So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept …So ridiculous I am actually laughing, if you play golf you have to accept you may get hit by a ball. What next? football strike insurance Anyway to b;ame someone for something and you can create an industry, it’s disgusting.


I agree that the insurance by itself is probably not worth it. But did you read the rest?

See it is £24.99 for a dozen balls + 3 rounds of golf, with free insurance chucked in. If you play just one of those 3 rounds, you've made your money back.
asc199117/08/2020 12:02

I agree that the insurance by itself is probably not worth it. But did you …I agree that the insurance by itself is probably not worth it. But did you read the rest?See it is £24.99 for a dozen balls + 3 rounds of golf, with free insurance chucked in. If you play just one of those 3 rounds, you've made your money back.


Plus if you do play in comps every weekend,and you hit a hole in one your bar bill is covered (I know the chances). I signed up - pus referred 2 friends, so had an additional 2 dozen balls for the payment.

There is public bridal ways on my course, I can now freely hit people with balls knowing im covered....
SpaghettiandMeeples17/08/2020 12:05

Plus if you do play in comps every weekend,and you hit a hole in one your …Plus if you do play in comps every weekend,and you hit a hole in one your bar bill is covered (I know the chances). I signed up - pus referred 2 friends, so had an additional 2 dozen balls for the payment. There is public bridal ways on my course, I can now freely hit people with balls knowing im covered....


With the referall free balls it seems you've done very well.

Loads of dog walkers on my course. It's really annoying, normally you keep track of groups so know where people are. But with strangers just wandering across it makes it near impossible, plus they don't understand the game as well.

Never sure what the liability is for damage, I always assumed the courses insurance covers it?

I once hit two balls into The Belfry car park, one slightly missed a Bently and hit the tyre of a Porshce - but thankfully on the rubber of the tyre with no damage.
SpaghettiandMeeples17/08/2020 11:47

Let us know what your interests are, us golfers are obviously living life …Let us know what your interests are, us golfers are obviously living life incorrectly and need advice on living from you....


Well ....
Does anyone know if it automatically renews?
Stiz2theMiz17/08/2020 16:44

Does anyone know if it automatically renews?



Yes it will. they will email and tell you its renewing. Thats the time to move on to the next company. You can then move back the following year.
asc199117/08/2020 12:09

With the referall free balls it seems you've done very well.Loads of dog …With the referall free balls it seems you've done very well.Loads of dog walkers on my course. It's really annoying, normally you keep track of groups so know where people are. But with strangers just wandering across it makes it near impossible, plus they don't understand the game as well.Never sure what the liability is for damage, I always assumed the courses insurance covers it?I once hit two balls into The Belfry car park, one slightly missed a Bently and hit the tyre of a Porshce - but thankfully on the rubber of the tyre with no damage.


Someone hit the tyre of my Porsche at the belfry although there was no visual damage the damage was there - please send me £185
Got my balls today. Ad333s with the insurance company name on it. Played a round too, they're ok
N1AK17/08/2020 07:26

Nice to see you're sticking to tradition; unneccesary posts using terms …Nice to see you're sticking to tradition; unneccesary posts using terms like dumb or stupid almost invariably come from the dumb or stupid. Your own football link demonstrates that players buying "football insurance" are buying it to cover loss of earnings, personal injury costs. Only products aimed at teams and facilities typically cover things like injuries to spectators.Seems surreal to me that a golf course isn't expected to be insured for incidents like neighboroughing properties on behalf of players, not least because it would be a lot more convenient for the neighbours than having to hunt down a specific player for compensation; hell, I could crash an aircraft into a house and if I was on lessons or renting through a flight club the damage is covered by their insurance so I've no idea why you feel the need to be so rude because someone is surprised by personal golf insurance.


I agree but it's not the way it is I'm afraid
Also recommend a friend too, if anybody wants to help a brother out send me a message and I can recommend you to get more free balls then and then you recommend someone and so on, if you get 2 dozen free balls the policy owes you nothing, also if anyone from Derbyshire wants to Play Breadsall Priory sometime with the voucher hit me up, one round also covers the cost of any policy they sell
N1AK17/08/2020 07:26

Nice to see you're sticking to tradition; unneccesary posts using terms …Nice to see you're sticking to tradition; unneccesary posts using terms like dumb or stupid almost invariably come from the dumb or stupid. Your own football link demonstrates that players buying "football insurance" are buying it to cover loss of earnings, personal injury costs. Only products aimed at teams and facilities typically cover things like injuries to spectators.Seems surreal to me that a golf course isn't expected to be insured for incidents like neighboroughing properties on behalf of players, not least because it would be a lot more convenient for the neighbours than having to hunt down a specific player for compensation; hell, I could crash an aircraft into a house and if I was on lessons or renting through a flight club the damage is covered by their insurance so I've no idea why you feel the need to be so rude because someone is surprised by personal golf insurance.


But then surely the club could pursue the player that caused the damage for liability they have paid out? Insurance shows responsible playing saying if I have an accident I am in a position to rectify it, too many people expect others to bail them out if they screw up nobody has forced you onto the golf course as nobody forces you to drive, or buy a house, so surely insurance should be on the individual partaking in whichever activity they choose?
N1AK17/08/2020 07:26

Nice to see you're sticking to tradition; unneccesary posts using terms …Nice to see you're sticking to tradition; unneccesary posts using terms like dumb or stupid almost invariably come from the dumb or stupid. Your own football link demonstrates that players buying "football insurance" are buying it to cover loss of earnings, personal injury costs. Only products aimed at teams and facilities typically cover things like injuries to spectators.Seems surreal to me that a golf course isn't expected to be insured for incidents like neighboroughing properties on behalf of players, not least because it would be a lot more convenient for the neighbours than having to hunt down a specific player for compensation; hell, I could crash an aircraft into a house and if I was on lessons or renting through a flight club the damage is covered by their insurance so I've no idea why you feel the need to be so rude because someone is surprised by personal golf insurance.


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