Boca's Broken Sound Golf Course Broken

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The Broken Sound Old course is broken. Police are investigating.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Crime is everywhere. Big cities. Small towns. The 13th fairway of the Broken Sound Old Course.

Boca Raton Police are investigating vandalism to the golf course that left a whopping $2500 in damage to the greens. What happened? It appears — and this is preliminary — but it appears someone drove a vehicle onto the 13th fairway.

It’s unclear what type of vehicle may have been involved, or if a tire track analysis is underway. It is also unclear if golfers are able to play through or if they must play around the 13th fairway.

There’s been no immediate response from the FBI Crime Lab in Quantico, Virginia, which is undoubtedly placing golf course vandalism at the top of its to-do list.

 

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