Hofstra Law Review


The article focuses on the legal standards regarding golfer liability for damages to adjacent people and property caused by errant golf shots. It critiques existing defendant-friendly standards and proposes a strict-liability standard, arguing that it would be more appropriate given the potential dangers posed by golf. It discusses various jurisdictional approaches to golfer liability, highlighting inconsistencies and shortcomings in the current legal framework.

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