If you love golf there is nothing better than visiting a golf resort. This is somewhere you could stay and be right on top of the greens every day. Just imagine being able to go out straight after breakfast to play golf all day if that’s what you fancy. In other cases of course, people actually work at these resorts, tending to the greens and making sure the fairways are free from obstacles and kept in good condition all year round.
You rarely hear about golf resort accidents and there is a good reason for that. For the most part people are not in any danger of being hurt on a golf course. However there is the slim potential that an accident may occur at some point. For example if you work on a course there is a slim chance you could potentially be hurt by using equipment you have not been properly trained to use. In other cases you may not have been provided with proper safety equipment. In the case of customers who visit a golf resort to play and enjoy the facilities, there is also little chance of accidents occurring.
Why are accidents very rare in this situation?
The reason is simple. The people in charge of the golf resort take great care to ensure everyone who works at and uses the facilities is safe at all times. They have a duty of care towards all these people and this duty of care ensures that everyone is safer than they may potentially be otherwise. While there are rare cases in which accidents do occur, there is the chance that they would be less serious because of the steps taken to keep people safe. Thankfully they are indeed exceptionally rare in the first place.
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Date Published: April 19, 2015
Author: Rob Steen
Category: Golfing accident claims