Well, if a golf ball causes damage to my home while the first answer is, is the golfer. However that presents a real practical problem, as far as trying to identify who it is, gives his name in order to be able to sue him in order to try and recover whatever damages the golf ball made to your to your home. If it is a reoccurring problem you may want to advise or contact whoever’s operating the golf course or the owner and advise them that they need to make some provision to protect your property from golf balls. And if they don’t, then you may have a cause of action against the golf course operator for failure to put up the proper protective barriers to protect your property. So I believe you would need to give them notice or have to be a recurring problem in order to do that. If you hear again, I think I’ve handled one such case for golf course operator, but your remedy would be a course to just sue the golf course in small claims court for whatever your damages were. Small claims court, you can sue up to $8,000. My telephone number, if you have questions, although I don’t know that I’ll be able to answer them would be (727) 847-2288.
Who Is Liable If A Golf Ball Causes Damage To My Home?