Golf insurance generally covers clubs and equipment and also injury on or off the golf course. You can find out more information here: http://www.golfplan.co.uk/
The golf course will have insurance to cover this sort of thing.
It all depends, if you are playing on a golf course as a member you will most likely have insurance, if you are a visitor, again insurance will most likely be built into the green fee. If you have paid insurance with the club you will be covered, and the insurance policy will cover any damage. If you however have not taken out insurance you will be responsible for the damage, as personal insurance policies do not cover this.
In the state of Florida, golf ball damage is usually the responsibility of the homeowner. They can purchase homeowners insurance that will cover damage occurring from errant gold balls.
The Club will most likely have insurance covering all members and visitors. But if the player had no insurance you would have to see if the club will cover it, which they should.
Yes. It would go under your liability coverage.
They cover auto insurance, life insurance,homeowner's insurance, and also insurance on AARP endorsed products. They seem to cover all the basis for insurance needs.
There are many insurance companies that off golf travel insurance for their customers. These companies include Travel Guard insurance, which is well known travel insurance company.
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Homeowners policies do not cover damage to motorized vehicles (except lawnmowers, golf carts, off-road vehicles, electric wheelchairs). SOMETIMES there is coverage for boats & their trailers when stored in an enclosed building on the premises.
Golf nets are not used to cover your golf clubs when not in use. Golf nets are used to stop the golf ball after you hit it. It is like a background stop for the golf ball. There are golf nets for indoor and outdoor use.
There are many American companies that offer golf cart insurance, example 'The American Modern Insurance Group', 'Foremost Insurance Group' and 'Progressive'.