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Golf Insurance (Liability)
 
All golfers, including children, must have golfers' insurance. It is the sole responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure a child carries such insurance.
 
All children under the age of 18 are only allowed to use the Club’s facilities such as the driving range and playing on the course in the company of a parent, guardian or caregiver (over 18 years of age) and are required to have the appropriate insurance for using the Club's facilities such as the driving range and playing on the course. Before accompanying or allowing any children to use the said Club's facilities, the parent, guardian or caregiver of such children agrees to take care for such children and must take out an appropriate insurance policy for using the Club's facilities such as the driving range and playing on the course by the children with the name of the Club as an assured in such policy. The responsibility of insurance coverage is the liability of the parent/guardian/caregiver and not the Club.
 
By entering the Club's Premises to engage in a golf related activity and in consideration of using the Club facilities, the parent/guardian/caregiver acknowledges and accepts all dangers or risks associated with any accident or incident for the presence or any conduct of such children under the age of 18 in any area of the Club’s facilities; acknowledges and accepts the Club shall not be liable for any claim for damages and/or potential damages or causes of action in relation to such dangers or risks; and agrees not to take or assist in any legal proceedings against the club for any claim for damages and/or potential damages or causes of action in relation to such dangers or risks.      
 
Golf Club Bye Laws
Part VI
Injury to person, Damage to/loss of Property
 
 
22.        (a) Neither the Club, nor the company shall be liable for any injury, loss or damage to person , vehicle or property caused to or suffered by any Member, his spouse or children, a visitor, a guest or any other person, whether occurring in, at or about the Club premises and/or whilst representing the Club in any tournament or competition.
 
(b) A Member who is directly involved in an accident of any kind while on or in any part of the Club’s property, inside or outside, or which occurs outside the Clubs boundaries as a result of an act done within them, in which injury to any person or damage to any property is caused, shall report the accident in writing to the General Manager at once, or in any case within twenty four hours of the occurrence and such accident, whether or not it appears likely that any claim shall arise from the injury or damage caused thereby.

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