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Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Sounds like the same idiots that buy a house beside the airport and then belleyache about the noise of the jets taking off.
05/07/07 @ 16:39
Comment from: Wyatt [Visitor] Email
I couldn't agree more. My wife and I live on a private course and are always amazed when our fellow residents get up in arms over a ball in their yard. By design we live slightly set back off the 9th green and recieve very few balls and when we do I just hope the guy had the courtesy to play a ProV1. My seemingly simple advice is to not buy golf course property that's say 220 yards down the right side of the fairway if you don't want to get pelted and don't buy property near the tee box if you don't like the sound of people yapping about everything from golf to their sex lives all day long.
05/08/07 @ 11:27
Comment from: Jim Dunlap [Visitor] Email
Amen, Tim. Judges in both the Florida and California Supreme Courts have tossed those ludicrous homeowner complaints. Loved the Florida presiding judge's comment: "I can find nothing in the statutes that requires a golfer to hit the ball where he's aiming." (Fortunately His Honor was a golfer; let's hope those legal precedents stand, and a similar gripe doesn't land on the desk of a tennis-playing judge in some other state).
05/08/07 @ 15:48
Comment from: Madia [Visitor] Email
Snort. Wyatt, they might be hearing comments like the shanks-inducing ones in Jennifer Mario's latest blog.
05/09/07 @ 10:55

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