The person who hit the ball, and perhaps the course if they have not taken adequate precaution to prevent the ball from exiting their facilities onto a public road.
I disagree, when you are driving by a Golf course, public or private you as the driver are taking a known risk. There is an inherent risk of this occurring. "Flying objects" such as golf balls are covered under the comprehensive portion of the auto policy. There is no liability issues here. i disagree, the person how hit the ball is At Fault
In principle, the player who hit the ball is liable. Good luck finding him. I always use an unmarked ball when playing a course with a road on the slice side of the fairway. If I was ever to hear the tinkle of glass and the squeal of tires after one of my patented mega-bananas I would disappear into a patch of trees at least two holes away.
It is really nobodys fault unfortunately you cant really avoid it so i suggest just look out for the balls and try to stay away. :)
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.
Th golf course may be responsible if they do not have the proper barrier between the course and the street.
The person that made the golf ball move, whether from a golf club or throwing it.
The person who caused the damaged is generally the one who is liable and has to pay for the damages.
The person who threw or hit the golf-ball into the windshield
No, the golfer is liable
The maker of the golf ball the maker of the club and you.
In the simplest terms, striking is hitting the ball.
The little holder for a golf ball is called a tee - when you tee off, you start a golf game by hitting the ball off of the holder.
Try and focus on staying down on the ball, almost imagine you are hitting the ball into the ground, this will compress it and help get the ball in the air.
Golf uses a wedge. A wedge is a type of golf club and golfers mainly use it for hitting the golf ball out of the bunker. (sand pit).
Rooftops, car windshield, probably plant pots aswell
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.