Business Insurance for
Insurance for Golf Courses & Country Clubs
Golf courses and country clubs are excellent businesses to own, because your primary clientele isn’t likely to be affected heavily by downturns in the economy. Companies and individuals alike enjoy spending relaxation time on the putting greens and having meetings inside the club house. As the owner of the course and club, it’s your responsibility to keep your customers happy while also keeping everything safe. Protect your company with the appropriate types and levels of business insurance coverage.
General liability is a very important type of broad level insurance for small businesses. It’s base function is to help protect your company from day to day risks or hazards. It also protects your company financially if a customer sustains physical injuries in relation to your company and products, or if they file legal allegations of harm or wrongdoing. General liability insurance is so useful as a base level of coverage because it protects you from events that can arise even when you’d never thought of them in advance. It provides protection for day to day risks that are not specifically excluded according to your contract. This coverage also expands so that it grows with your business. If you add a new golf course location or country club service, your business insurance will automatically cover those expansions from the start. The primary ways a general liability policy helps protect your company includes: