“As we approached our car, we saw something whiz by right in front of us, barely missing hitting Jackson's head,” Greninger said. “We saw a golf ball bounce off the bush and land by my car.... We were completely astounded and stunned. It was just unbelievable.”
The back window of one Fremont Elementary mother's vehicle was broken by a golf ball twice in three years, most recently in April. The Oakmont Country Club paid for the repairs.
La Crescenta Avenue resident and Fremont parent Edward Bash said he and others have voiced their fears to club officials numerous times in recent years, but no action has been taken to contain the errant golf balls. They are concerned a serious accident will occur before they are heard, he added.