It all depends, if you are playing on a Golf course as a member you will most likely have insurance, if you are a visitor, again insurance will most likely be built into the green fee. If you have paid insurance with the club you will be covered, and the insurance policy will cover any damage. If you however have not taken out insurance you will be responsible for the damage, as personal insurance policies do not cover this.
When playing golf, if a ball causes damages to property or a person the golfer is the person responsible. In Indiana or any other state, a judge would determine if the golfer is not responsible.
Replacing divots, repairing their pitchmarks and raking bunkers.
No, the golfer is liable
Pat Bradley was the LPGA Golfer of the Year in 1991. He was a great Golfer!
A 'scratch golfer' is the name given to a golfer whose handicap is zero.
If you play golf, you will be classed as an amateur golfer. Unless you turn professional you will be an amateur golfer.
It is known that the golfer in the cup is Abe Mitchell, a hired golfer of Samuel Ryder.
a lone golfer has alow status
HK Golfer was created in 2002.
Legend of Golfer happened in 2004.
Wandering Golfer ended in 2009.