|Published:||Aug 26, 2010 11:20 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Aug 26, 2010 8:21 PM EDT|
ESTERO, Fla. - Vandals strike an Estero golf course again, even targeting the same hole.
Stoneybrook Golf Course club director Mathew Nieder woke up yesterday morning to 10 thousand dollars in damage to hole # 15.
Deputies say someone drove up off the road, and then drove "doughnuts" deep into the grass.
The hole has been vandalized three times.
The first time was in mid July. You can actually see from the faded green tracks that the course was just starting to recover.
Then in mid August someone did it again causing 2 thousand dollars in damage.
Now residents are fed up.
A Stoneybrook resident says, "It's intolerable. Whoever did it is should be held accountable and really punished for it."
This time was by far the worst damage of the three. Deputies are still not sure who's responsible or why.
Another resident says, "You don't even know who to take it out on, is it the community that is not doing a good enough job, or the vandals that are smarter. You can't blame anybody . All you know is that at the end of the year, when the bills come, they're always high."
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