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A golf course sign.

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Joe, Jul 6, 2012.

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  1. Joe

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    hahaha my luck I'd over shoot it and hit the window
     
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    I dont know about other places but

    The course where I live ,the homeowner assumes the responsibility for golf ball damage .
     
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    Wow, that's different.
    The course we lived on Vegas would not permit the owners to put up any kind of fencing or netting to prevent damage, but the golfers were in theory, responsible for property damage.

    It was a course with 3 nines and one of the vacant foreclosures was right on the curve of a dogleg. This house looked like something out of war zone, there were so many potmarks in the 2 story frame. About once a week, while out walking the dog, I'd stop in the back yard and collect the balls. Some weeks, well over 2 dozen laying in the backyard. Especially during weeks where they had the typical drunken outings!:wink2:
     
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    in Vegas that is almost asking for "hundred bucks says I can take out the window" :wink2:
     
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    I guess the theory is

    you buy a house on a golf course ,expect to get hit by golf balls sometimes.
    I've seen some really good verbal alltercations involving residents and golfers.
    I live across the street from the nearest hole,no problems.
     
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    We were exactly at the 150 marker on a 425 par 4. So maybe 1 ball in the yard every couple of weeks, but at that distance from the tee, nothing traveling with much velocity.
    Did get one pock mark in the stucco, either a big hitter, or crappy 2nd shot.:wink2:
    We walked the dog early AM and I would find balls on our street, meaning they flew over the houses! Talk about a hook!:evillaugh
     
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