Not Liable for Non-Errant Golf Shots?

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, April 20th, 2016
Categories: BoneheadsGolf

I’ve pondered this situation before, but with a little different text.
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Right of hole #13 there’s a new “Urban Fishery.” If you slice the hell out of a drive you might bean a fisherman. But the sign says the golfer is responsible for “errant” shots.  Does this mean that if I intentionally bean one of the fishermen in the urban fishery by executing a perfect and intentional shot, that I’m not responsible?  Am I also not responsible for errant shots that are hit somewhere else than in the urban fishery?

Any attorneys out there care to comment?  LOL.


2 responses to “Not Liable for Non-Errant Golf Shots?”

  1. databat says:

    So given my perpetual and wicked slice I better stay off that course. Or use a putter on 13!