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Date: 12/06/2013

Planning a golfing holiday? offers Golf insurance for peace of mind travelling.

For golfing enthusiasts, nothing appeals more than a few weeks spent exploring and playing at some of the best courses the world has to offer. Here are a few tips to help you make the most of your golfing holiday, whether you're heading to Europe or further afield.

Insure Yourself and Your Kit&lt

When you consider how much money you've spent on your golf clubs and accessories, it makes sense to ensure that they're protected with adequate insurance which will cover you no matter where you are in the UK or abroad. Even if you're only travelling half way across the country, travel insurance specifically designed for golfers can help - offer golfing insurance which will provide invaluable cover. Policies start at around £7 and it's a small price to pay when you consider what's on offer - you can choose from single or multi-trip cover, depending on how many trips you're making during the year and standard policies provide up to £10 million of medical cover, £5,000 cancellation or curtailment cover and £2,000 worth of cover for your luggage. Adding golf insurance to your travel insurance protects you in case your equipment is lost, stolen or damaged.

Do your Research

Make sure you plan your trip - some of the best golf courses in the world offer package deals where you'll benefit from all-inclusive accommodation, golfing and travel. It's important to shop around for the very best prices, as the popular resorts can often be expensive. By booking your own flights and accommodation rather than staying on-site, you'll often be able to save money.

Is Insurance Essential?

When you consider the myriad of things which could go wrong during your trip, it makes sense to have travel insurance in place to cover you. If you become ill or suffer an injury whilst on a golfing holiday, medical care could be extremely expensive in the country you're visiting. With, you just need to pick up the phone to get things rolling on your claim, then concentrate on getting better. Even if your golfing equipment is insured back home, your current insurance probably doesn't cover you whilst travelling and if anything happens to your clubs or other accessories, you could find yourself thousands of pounds out of pocket. With golfing cover available for up to 31 days, you can ensure that should the worst happen, you'll be protected!