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Sounds like a stupid place to have a drinks cart! It all depends, if you have taken out insurance either specific Golf insurance, or with your golf club or the one you are playing they will cover it. If you have not, you will be liable.

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Q: Is someone liable for damages of a drink cart if the cart was parked to the front left of the tee box and the ball was mishit?
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