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L2J and BBQBoy, I appreciate the comments.

The golf pro in the clubhouse told me today he had heard of no problems, even let me take a cart out for a closer look at the hole. I think I'll be in good shape. One thing I hadn't noticed before is that the home is situated quite a bit above the green elevation-wise, which should give me more protection.

Looks like the biggest threat (if there is one at all) is from an occasional ball rolling into the back yard (as opposed to a ball hitting a window on the fly). I agree that an iron fence will take care of the "rolling ball" problem, as most players won't go to the trouble of playing it or even retrieving it.

As for the problem of a ball hitting a window on the fly, I think I'm in a good shape. If it turns out to be a problem later, I guess I'll deal with it by planting a tree in front of the windows for protection or installing plexiglass window covers.

Looks like I'm all out of excuses as far as buying the home goes <grin>.

Thanks again to all for the replies.

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