If it happens on a Golf course, whoever was driving it. If you are a member you should have insurance.
The Club will most likely have insurance covering all members and visitors. But if the player had no insurance you would have to see if the club will cover it, which they should.
Whoever hit it.
In the state of Florida, golf ball damage is usually the responsibility of the homeowner. They can purchase homeowners insurance that will cover damage occurring from errant gold balls.
Yes, because it is on your property, and is now your responsibility, since it is on your lawn, and not on theirs, it can be yours because it is on your property.
That depends on the age of the child. If he is younger than 18, then it is your responsibility.
Yes they did, by the Granada Gulf Course.
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No, the golfer is liable
Yes, if you are throwing a ball on his property that is obstruction and if you are playing catch on his property that is trespassing.
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.
the player whose side the ball is on
The ball is the responsibility of the referee.