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There Really is Hole-in-One Insurance

The odds of hitting a hole-in-one is about 12,500 to 1, but even though the odds are low, golfers in Japan don’t like to take any chances and protect themselves if they happen to hit that perfect shot.

They do this by purchasing “Hole-in-One” insurance. If the golfer happens to hit a hole-in-one, the policy will cover the expenses related to the feat. There’s a really good reason why golfers pay…

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