Wildlife on the golf course.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:56 12 Mar 15
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I have heard of an Albatross but not an alligator :0(

  john bunyan 20:02 12 Mar 15
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I have seen that image - I wonder if the club has special rules to cover issues with the alligator? In Australia there are many courses with quite large numbers of kangaroos, and this one in Africa (Limpopo)has giraffes...

Limpopo

  bumpkin 21:29 12 Mar 15

If it is directly in the line of your putt I believe that you are allowed to move the ball as long as it is not closer to the hole.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:47 13 Mar 15

Wouldn't be just the ball I'd be moving -

taking great steps in the opposite direction.

  bumpkin 15:31 13 Mar 15

You would probably forfeit the hole in that case:-)

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:59 13 Mar 15

Better than being eaten whole

:0)

  bumpkin 16:04 13 Mar 15

Sporting injuries are not uncommon, best not to play if unwilling to take a few minor risks:-)

  QuizMan 11:53 14 Mar 15

Personally, I'd still try to putt but I'd make it snappy.

(Sorry, someone had to say it)

  bumpkin 13:48 14 Mar 15

At least it was wearing spikes on the green.

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