At around 00:50 we can see the golf ball flying through the street and camera following it through air and through bushes until it hits window.
How did they film it so realistically considering the movie is from 1996?
Just a guess, but I feel reasonably safe...
As it's quite obviously sped up I think we can pretty much eliminate it being anything other than a purely mechanical effect.
My guess would be a camera on a crane, attached to a moving vehicle. Presumably for safety/stability reasons, they could not travel it at the required speed, necessitating the post-process speeding-up of the footage.
Note that the first 3 shots are clearly following a road, only the last one isn't.
Another guess is that the fourth shot may have had the camera suspended on a wire. This is pre-drone technology & I think a helicopter shot would have been far too disruptive, at that height above a residential area. A wire would explain the straightness of the camera trajectory & why they couldn't go any closer to the building; presumably because they needed a back-pull wire on the camera & daren't let it hit the building.
You can also discern some slight swinging motion on the shot, which wouldn't be present using any other method I can think of.