This case involves a woman who suffered injuries after falling out of a golf cart. The grounds crew at the golf course had been working to install a new sprinkler system, and had dug a number of trenches for that purpose. Despite the fact that many of these trenches had been dug in areas that received regular foot and golf cart traffic, the trenches were left unattended and no warnings were put in place to alert golfers to their presence. At the time of the incident in question, the Plaintiff was traveling through the rough of the 13th hole in a golf cart. Suddenly, the front wheels of her golf cart became stuck in a trench while the Plaintiff was traveling at speed, causing the cart to flip and throwing her from her seat. The woman suffered a number of serious injuries in the accident, and claimed that there were no signs or other indications that the trench was there at the time of the accident.