It's hard to tell here, but when I pulled the toilet, there was water flush with the top of the flange.
This is what I came back with.
So here's the back round on the job. Our company worked on this house a few weeks/months ago cause it was apart of a house fire. The homeowners have only been in the house for a few weeks now. They have been complaining about toilets not flushing correctly. I went out once before, and adjusted the chain's on the handle to flapper and augered one of the toilets.
They called back still having problems. I go out there today, and pull the hall bath toilet first. I notice it's a tee with the direction of flow going against what I need for the proper position of the machine.
I then go to the master bathroom and pull that toilet. I worked from that flange to clear the 'stoppage'. The homeowner thought it was a rag that was put in a flange to prevent the sewer gases from coming up during construction/remodeling.
I tried for awhile and finally came back with the golf ball. The homeowner said he had a pack of golf balls laying around and that someone had opened them.
I still don't know how I was able to bring that golf ball back. I would of thought the cable would of kept pushing it further down the line, not brought it back.
Btw, I was using a Ridgid K-380 with a 3/8"-1/2" tipped end?!.
Sorry for only 3 pictures.