It is common knowledge that after a round of golf has been played, those who have taken part will often head off to the clubhouse for some refreshments. This is one of the rewards for having walked so far around the course and tested your golfing skills!
Thankfully this is usually a great experience and not one that is likely to incur any problems. However, golf clubhouse injuries could potentially happen if the premises are not up to standard. For example health and safety rules and regulations should always be adhered to when they apply in certain situations. If this is not the case and there are potential risks associated with using the clubhouse, someone may end up being injured.
Examples of golf clubhouse injuries
Injuries can occur in all kinds of ways, as most of us are aware. However, there are times when we may end up being injured through no fault of our own. Let’s say you walk into the clubhouse after a round of golf and you slip over in a spillage just inside the door that was not signed or marked as a hazard in any way. If this happened you could potentially incur a nasty injury. You might twist or sprain a wrist or ankle, or land on your rear and break your coccyx. It can happen, and if something like this has happened to you already you will know what the consequences can potentially be.
Accident Advice Helpline is one of several companies that consider claims made by people who have been injured in circumstances such as these. Getting legal advice is always a great idea if you think your own injuries were caused by another individual.
Enjoying a drink in the clubhouse
Of course it is worth pointing out that most people enjoy a drink and a laugh in the clubhouse with their fellow players and nothing untoward happens while they are there. However, if something did go wrong you might be injured as a result.
Accident Advice Helpline will always consider golf clubhouse injuries if they have occurred and you believe they might be the fault of someone else. Make sure you get expert no-obligation advice today by calling us at 0800 689 0500. This is the only free number you will need to find out where you stand as a result of any accident you may have suffered.
Date Published: July 27, 2015
Author: Rob Steen