Hunting golf course question

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mtclev5651

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If you have permission from multiple homeowners, can you hunt parcels that join up to a golf course?
Thanks and God bless
 

1eyefishing

...just joking, seriously.
City/county codes and subdivision covenants If in a subdivision would apply.
 
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mtclev5651

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If you're on the private property where you have permission, then yes. Be careful of property lines when trailing deer. Blood trailing them across a putting green is fun.
Sounds like this is personal experience? Haha

Is it true how seekone does it? You just ask before going into the next property?
 

JustUs4All

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That might include the owners of the golf course too.
 

James12

Senior Member
They’re home to giants because the first 3 million people they saw weren’t trying to give them a dirt nap. But yes, ask permission before recovering. Most likely they’ll be upset, and mad at their neighbor for a long time. You’ll be gone though. So let her rip.
 
Lived on a Golf course when I was in high school. I'd wait till late in the day and put a 30.06 in a golf bag with a driver, 9 iron 3 iron and a putter and walk the back 9. The 150 yard markers are handy, shoot a deer drag him into the ruff drop a ball and play my way back to the house then go get him after dark. Don't over look the driving range should be some action around that as well
 

bfriendly

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We killed some pigs(swine)on the golf course we worked at, but mostly golf courses are for catching bass…….everyone knows that.
That being said, if I had permission to deer hunt on a golf course, I’d be all over that!
 
Back in my younger days I had permission to hunt the woods surrounding a golf course from the course owners. They were more than happy to have their herd thinned out a little since they have so much invested in their landscaping.
 
Back in my younger days I had permission to hunt the woods surrounding a golf course from the course owners. They were more than happy to have their herd thinned out a little since they have so much invested in their landscaping.
Man...I just picture that as being a ton of liability assumed. I mean there are some dew sweeper golfers out there at 7 or 7:30am in the morning. Shooting a rifle around a golf course during that time is ballsy.
 
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