In early 2004, our client’s garage was burgled. In addition to stolen tools, several damaged cars and damage to the showroom window, the client wished to claim for a set of Ping golf clubs which had been on the premises at the time of the theft. We successfully argued that these golf clubs were machinery, plant or other contents as defined within the policy as they had been bought by the partnership that ran the business, and deals for the sale of cars were routinely negotiated by our client on the golf course. The loss adjuster arranged the supply of a full set of Ping clubs to the client’s delight.