It seems as if we’re hearing more and more incidents such as the ones below.
In Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont., police are asking for the public’s help in identifying those responsible for damage to a golf course after trespassing at night and going for golf cart joyrides.
You can read more about that here.
Golf carts were also the target of vandals at the Links of Gleneagles in Cochrane, Alta, where tires and upholstery on about 50 carts were slashed.
That story is here.
Those are just two examples, but it seems as if we’re hearing more and more stories about joyriding on golf courses under the stars, spray painting, or even fires set.
Is vandalism to golf courses more prevalent now that in the past? That’s the question in this week’s GNN Poll.
You can vote below or on the GNN home page and please feel free to add your thoughts on this subject in the Comments section below.
Is vandalism to golf courses becoming more prevalent than it once was in the area in which you work?
- NO (57%)
- YES (43%)