E&L Insurance - The Master 2013 is over, but how did four-time champ Tiger Woods, Fare?

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With the 2013 Masters competition now over, we take a look at how four-time champion, Tiger Woods fared.

E&L® Insurance provides specialist niche insurance products. The company is a well known and established provider of personal line niche schemes and have been in business for more than 75 years. We strive to provide a first class claims and customer service on products that offer comprehensive cover and competitive premiums for a variety of insurance products. Our main insurance schemes include: Horse, Pet, Wedding, Caravan, Cycle, Golf, Musical Equipment, Camera, Marine and Fishing insurance. When obtaining a quote and buying insurance online we provide a breadth of discounts up to 40% off in some instances.

E&L® Insurance offer golf insurance which gives complete peace of mind to many golf enthusiasts. Premiums start from as little as £20 per year. That’s just under 6p per day and means you can relax knowing that should anything go wrong you and your golf equipment are protected with cheap golf club insurance.

The golf insurance covers the following:

    Golf equipment cover
    Public liability
    Personal accident
    Temporary disablement
    Dental cover
    Club membership fees
    Accidental property damage

This year’s Masters Competition…

Tiger Woods has won the Masters previously 4 times. This was in 1997, 2001, 2002 and finally 2005. He was not as successful in the 2013 competition as he came a tied 4th with Marc Leishman. It was Australian Adam Scott that won the trophy.

It is well known that Tiger’s putting is the key factor to whether he wins a title. He has had three wins this season, mainly due to his recent impressive putting skills. However, at the Masters on Sunday, after shooting rounds of 70-71-70 in his first three rounds, he was aware that he would have to go low in the last round to be in with a shot. He later admitted that he was thinking his round was 65 (7-under par). That would have meant that he would have reached 10- under par for the tournament as a whole.

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Contact:

Name: Lee Shipley
Telephone: 01423 333432
Email address: lshipley(at)eandl(dot)co(dot)uk

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The Equine and Livestock Insurance Co. Ltd (E&L®) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority (reg. no. 202748). Registered address: Thorpe Underwood Hall, York

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