Miniature Golf

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The best protection for yourself and your miniature golf course is to have both Accident and General Liability insurance with sufficient limits for proper coverage in the unfortunate event of a lawsuit.

Mini-golf offers fun and entertainment for all ages. Having the proper insurance coverage in place means you’re prepared when an unexpected situation occurs.

The additional risks associated with miniature golf facilities are covered in our comprehensive—yet affordably priced—family fun policy.

  • General Liability
  • Property
  • Equipment
  • Commercial Umbrella
  • Commercial Automobile
  • Workers Compensation

Whatever you do, don’t run the risk of injuries without the protection of a miniature golf policy from Skyscraper insurance. Individuals who are involved in the sport of miniature golf should realize that injuries involving players, course owners, volunteers and coaches can occur while a miniature golf game is in progress or your group or team hosts or travels to a tournament. An injury could very well be in the form of food poisoning while traveling to a playoff in another community. This is the reason you are going to want to invest in an all-inclusive and comprehensive insurance plan from Skyscraper insurance since injuries are not always caused by the sport. Our insurance company is recognized for tailoring insurance policies specifically for our miniature golf family for an affordable price. Not only do our policies include protection for miniature golf, but it also provides coverage for owners, directors, instructors, employees and players against any claims of bodily injury, property damage and any litigation costs to defend against such claims. If you find your group needs customized miniature golf insurance, it’s time to pick up the phone and call Skyscraper insurance today.

Risk management practices for miniature golf courses General Liability insurance policies include proper maintenance and inspection of the courses, clubs, and golf balls; careful and regular inspection of lighting and electrical supply areas with posted signs to keep out; sufficient and proper lighting; protection and signs around water areas; proper supervision all players, especially children and inexperienced golfers; posted evacuation plans in case of inclement weather; posted rules of conduct; careful background checks of employees who will work with children; and careful and regular inspection of course maintenance equipment. Golfers should be prohibited from using the facilities without proper equipment and supervision when necessary.

Even with careful attention to detail, accidents, lawsuits, and resulting General Liability claims can occur at a miniature golf facility. Players can slip and fall on a wet surface or a slope, golfers can be accidentally hit by a club (or errant golf ball); players(especially children) can fall into the water; lightening can strike a player; people can trespass into posted areas and become electrocuted.