Our full written terms and conditions
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Here at Crazygolf4u we have attempted to, in the past, to relate these terms through the simple concept of a verbal agreement of mutual trust and respect; and in all honesty this works in most cases.
However, owing to the increase in demand for our services and the size of the events that we are now supplying our courses to, we have had to formalise certain terms - and specifically terms with relation to damage of our courses and the subsequent situation of unruly behaviour.
Explained here in detail are our terms with regards to these two aspects.
We at Crazygolf4u are the first to accept and understand that given the fact that all our obstacles are made of wood,
the possibility of damage to them accidental, or otherwise is inevitable. Whilst we are willing to accept this in general and
not ask for 'damages', we do have limits to the extent of damage that we are able to accept without asking fairly for 'damages'.
The image viewer to the left illustrates the type of damage that we feel would be fair to ask for 'damages'.
Having spoken to past clients and event organisers on this subject we propose the following terms and conditions with regards to asking fairly for 'damages'.
With 'Pay to play' events, where we provide our services for free and donate 25% of our takings to the event organiser. We feel that in the case of unacceptable damage to either course or obstacles we will only donate 10% of our takings as fair.
To this effect we will, in collaboration with the event organisers, print and display a visible disclaimer to the effect of, "Any extensive damage to course and obstacles will result in a reduced donation for your event".
With Private events, or public events where the course is made free to the public, we propose a signed agreement on the day of the event, that after joint inspection of the course and in the case of seen unacceptable damage at collection - an agreed sum of no more than £100.00 be paid as damages.
Our reasons for setting up this idea and in providing this service was, and will always be, so people can have fun.
Unfortunately we have found that in the heat of the competitive moment, emotions can get the better of anyone and create a situation that others find 'off-putting'; alcohol induced or otherwise.
We at Crazygolf4u would like to make clear that our approach to this situation is one of 'three strikes and you're off the course'. Whilst all of our staff have been explained this principle, as facilitators of this service we reserve the right to, if deemed prudent, to terminate a persons participation in playing on our course.