Golf-course living has its drawbacks

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Q: We rent a single-family home that’s adjacent to a municipal golf course. Unfortunately, along with the views we get a daily barrage of golf balls. They fall in our yard, have dented our car and broken two windows, and I’m afraid to use the pool before sundown. Since we moved in six months ago, I’ve collected more than 100 balls. I want to break the lease and move, and I’m wondering if I have any legal grounds to do so. –Jack N.