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(PRWEB UK) 10 January 2012
Digital Sports Group's Golf Holiday website teams up with Cheap.co.uk for Travel Insurance with the UK may have some of the best golf courses on Earth, especially when it comes to Links, yet sometimes we just want to escape. After all, it seems like there's only really a spell of around two months in any year that will provide absolutely perfect weather for us to enjoy a full 18, or even just a front or back nine. With this in mind, we'll be likely to consider a golfing break in France. With our Gallic neighbours have better weather and, arguably, better food and drink. What better way to cap off a few rounds of golf than fine wine, cheese and a glorious sunset?
With France still being the largest destination for golfing breaks amongst UK travelers, because a trip to France is the easiest move abroad from the UK that you could imagine - second only to Ireland, if anywhere - with it comes a number of complications relating to safety. Too many travelers think that while we have health protection from the NHS and our belongings are only really managed by us directly while on our island nation, both ourselves and our personal items will be under the control of others in France. This is where travel insurance comes in handy, as it's able to offer us fantastic coverage to ensure that we don't fall foul of all manner of problems while on the continent, perfecting our swing.
A simple Golf trip to Les Bordes, Chantilly, Saint-Germain or Le Golf National could turn out to be hell, after all. If a plane is cancelled, it could lead to a domino effect that would effectively write off an entire trip. Hotel bookings could be invalidated, golf course passes could effectively be cancelled and you could lose your luggage in the process. That's not the best way to spend our hard-earned holiday time, so why do some people still take the risk and not get travel insurance?
Simon Boynton from DSG says "By getting a policy for as little as £20, you could find ourselves protected against all manner of annoyances that could end up setting us back by thousands of pounds without the cover. Of course, the main one of these is our health; we may get all manner of golf-related injuries such as strains and aches, though it's the worries associated with diseases, accidents when travelling or driving, as well as situations involving other people's mistakes that could truly sideline us and require hospital intervention, repatriation or worse."
Morgan Clarke says "Travel insurance is a must and we recommend using Cheap.co.uk to find travel insurance with the cover you need at a cheap price." Click cheap travel insurance to find out more and don't ruin a dream escape to the French countryside and its associated golf courses - it's just not worth it! Get travel insurance and ensure you're protected, otherwise your bank balance may never hear the end of it.