Homeowners Concerned Over Top Golf's Bright Lights
PHARR – Homeowners close to Pharr’s newest attraction are concerned over the bright lights potentially blinding drivers.
The Hernandez family lives in an apartment complex next to Top Golf.
They say the sky nets protect homeowners from golf balls, yet nothing is stopping the bright lights from blinding drivers on their way home.
“We cannot even see if there is a car coming or we can't even see if there are children playing," says Danielle Hernandez.
The Director of Communication for the city of Pharr, Gary Rodriguez, says Top Golf is within all regulations.
He adds the city will investigate resident concerns.
KRGV's John Paul Barajas has the details.
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