If it happens on a Golf course, whoever was driving it. If you are a member you should have insurance.
In the State of Michigan, who is laible when a golf ball casues damage to a home that is on the course?
No, the golfer is liable
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.
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.
The person who threw or hit the golf-ball into the windshield
golf cart path
The person who caused the damaged is generally the one who is liable and has to pay for the damages.
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 maker of the golf ball the maker of the club and you.
Move the sign.