Sue me! I couldn't find a good pic.
Renting By Golf Course
By Kickntrue on 10/3/08
We've seen the scenerio before- a house on a golf is pelted with golf balls and the owners complain, but what if you rent? While it's easy to say, "look the owners knew they were buying on a golf course- they should expect some golf balls," but when the house is rented it is a different experience and expectation.
Someone wrote a Chicago Tribune help columnist about their legal recourse. I thought it was an interesting twist on the situation. Turns out in some cases you have a right to break your lease and leave the landlord hanging on payment. "In some cases" being the key- you still knew you were renting on a golf course.
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What is the advantage of living on a golf course? I can't think of any. Strangers walking in your back yard. Balls denting your car, house, people. View? Big deal! It's just a nicely mowed lawn. Instant access? Not worth the other hassles, besides I'd get tired of playing the same course over and over.
hahahahaha, thats cause your not 70 yet, once the memory goes your playing that new course everyday and you don't have to drive a car to get there...lol
At least then I'll be able to hide my own Easter eggs..
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