Sports and Activities (including golf cover)

Protect yourself, your kit and other people on your active getaways

  • Cover for a wide range of sports and activities on holiday

  • Covers overseas medical and repatriation costs

  • Includes cover for you and your golfing equipment on golf holidays

What’s covered?

It’s easy to add extra protection for an additional premium for golfing holidays, extreme sports and other activities not covered as standard^.

This optional add on is only available on our Standard and Premier levels of cover

Terms and conditions apply. Please see policy wording for full details.

  • Medical Emergencies

    Adventures and activities

    We cover a wide range of activities as standard. But more extreme activities like kite boarding, mountain biking, bungee jumping and more need extra protection. Compare the full list of sports and activities covered as standard and with this option – and make sure you’re clear on what’s excluded too.

  • Golf Cover

    Golf trips

    Golf breaks are relaxing but not risk-free. You may need cover for injury from errant balls or tricky terrain. To protect your clubs, bag or trolley against loss, theft or damage. Or to claim unused green fees. This option provides it, plus up to £75~ towards your celebratory bar bill if you hit a hole in one.


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Why choose Post Office?

  • We’re an award-winning travel insurance provider
  • We’ve paid out over £167m in claims since 2007
  • Our optional add-ons can be added to tailor your policy to your trip

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    Award-winning travel insurance provider 

    Post Office won a ‘Best Travel Insurance Provider’ award at the Your Money Awards in 2022. 

     

    Post Office won a "Best Travel Insurance provider" award at the Your Money Awards 2021. 

     

    Our Premier policies are Defaqto 5-star rated.

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Sports and activities (including golf) cover: common questions

Still have questions about travel insurance?

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Travel Insurance cover types

Single Trip

  • Cover for a one-off trip in the UK or abroad.
  • Perfect for one-off trips or longer holidays up to 365 days*

Annual Multi-Trip

  • Cover for multiple trips for a 12 month period
  • You can go away multiple times in the policy year with various trip durations available **
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Definitions

*The Single Trip policy will cover you for one trip up to:

365 days for persons aged up to and including age 70.

90 days for persons aged between 71 and 75.

31 days for persons aged between 76 and above

 

** Under an Annual Multi-trip policy although you can take as many trips as you want within the policy year, there is a maximum duration for each individual trip. This limit varies depending on the cover level chosen and will be 17 or 31 days. On some policies the limit can be extended to 31, 45 or 60 days for an additional premium.

 

>Personal Liability is not provided for every sport or activity, please check the list.

 

^Available on Standard and Premier levels of cover

 

~ Hole in one cover - £50 for Standard level of cover and £75 for Premier level of cover.


 

Small Print

 

Post Office® Travel Insurance is arranged by Post Office Limited and Post Office Management Services Limited. 

 

Post Office Limited is an appointed representative of Post Office Management Services Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, FRN 630318. Post Office Limited and Post Office Management Services Limited are registered in England and Wales. Registered numbers 2154540 and 08459718 respectively. Registered Office: Finsbury Dials, 20 Finsbury Street, London EC2Y 9AQ. Post Office and the Post Office logo are registered trademarks of Post Office Limited.

 

The above details can be checked on the Financial Services Register by visiting the Financial Conduct Authority website and searching by Firm Reference Number (FRN).