Golf courses are usually the scene of quiet tranquility. But like any business, golf courses are exposed to risks that could result in a potentially significant insurance claim. Whether you own or manage a public course or a private country club, Nationwide’s golf course insurance is designed to cover your risks and keep you out of the rough.
Stay Out of the Rough With Golf Course Business Insurance
Is a BOP the right solution for your business?
A businessowners policy, also known as a BOP, combines property insurance, liability insurance and other common coverages into one convenient package.
Protect your building and its contents in the case of a loss due to fire, a burst water pipe or other covered event at your business.
Protect your business when your employees, products or services cause harm to other people or their property.
Cover losses that occur when work is interrupted or your office is closed temporarily due to a covered loss at your business.
Helps pay for any claims resulting from a golf course employee’s accident while driving a company vehicle, or their own while on company time.
This coverage can replace lost wages, pay for medical treatment and protect your golf course company and its assets if an employee suffers a serious injury.
Protect your golf business when accidents happen and your existing liability policy cannot cover all the expenses.
Protect yourself and your golf course business against charges of discrimination, harassment or wrongful termination.
Recover faster if you have to close shop because of an interruption in utilities.
Protect your business if a customer is inured on your golf course premises.
Protect your golf carts, ground maintenance equipment, lawn mowers and other equipment used for landscaping and grounds maintenance.
Covers putting greens, fairways and tee boxes.
Helps with the cost of removing damaged trees, shrubs or property following a covered loss.
Pays for damages to people or property caused by someone who was served alcohol at your course.
Put an emphasis on safety
Protect yourself, your employees and your customers by staying safe on your golf course. While not all accidents can be prevented, there are steps you can take to minimize risk. Review and share the resources below.