I am always amazed by stories like this. If you buy a house on a fault line, be prepared for eathquake damage. The same is true for golf courses – if you buy a house on a golf course, be prepared for balls to drop into your yard, through your windows or even into your oven (now that was wierd).
I actually don’t like playing on courses with houses. It’s not that I end up in their yard (I am not a longer hitter and usually hit the short grass), but I hate playing with stereos blasting, kids screaming in swimming pools and back yard partying going on while I’m trying to putt.
Anyway…I still wonder why anyone would risk their house and even the lives by living on a golf course. I guess they have no FORE-sight – ha ha…
A fairway view, if you can duck every so often
BY BILL PENNINGTON
25 Jun 2007
When she moved into her retirement condominium on a golf course, Eleanor Weiner admired the lush, pristine views of the fairways and greens, a landscape she never had to mow or maintain. Not long after, as she prepared dinner, a golf ball shattered the… read more…