MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WKRN) – A woman from Bell Buckle thought she was going to have a heart attack when she saw a golf ball flying toward her car.
It happened as Chrissy Davis was driving on South Church Street on her way to Kroger in Murfreesboro.
As she drove near the Indian Hills Golf Course, a golf ball bounced off the ground and hit Davis’ windshield.
“I saw a white image and knew it was coming at me and knew there was no way to stop. It hit the ground super hard and it smack my windshield,” explained Davis.
Her windshield was cracked, but the golf ball didn’t come through.
Even so, Davis fears the window is going to shatter at any minute, so her insurance company asked her not to drive the car.
“It was really scary. I was a little shaken up for an hour or two afterwards, just shaking, couldn’t talk, just like on edge.”
Davis told News 2 she’s grateful her two children were not inside the car at the time.
She went on to say that she informed the golf course about what happened. They reportedly told her it’s not their responsibility, but the responsibility of the person whose swing was a little off.
Davis says she wishes players would be more cautious.
“Wished that people would be a little more careful. If you can’t play the game, don’t do it near a busy road.”