What kind of animal tracks are on this green?

Els Club Desaru Coast
Troon Golf via Twitter
The dewsweepers at the Els Club Desaru Coast in Malaysia are quite unusual.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 | 10:21 p.m.
If you've played any amount of golf, you've likely seen all sorts of wildlife out on the course. So, using your deductive skills, can you tell what kind of critter left these tracks on a green at the Els Club Desaru Coast in Malaysia?
 
I'll give you the answer at the bottom of this post, but first let me tell you that this course is still under construction and is set to open in 2016. Ernie Els has designed a 27-hole complex made of up of three distinctive nine-hole loops named the Lake, Ocean and Ridge, each encompassing a unique environment on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula just east of Singapore.
 
The Desaru Coast on the South China Sea is known as an up-and-coming surfing destination and, along with the golf facility, developers are also building an array of resorts, shopping complexes and even theme parks. The golf facility also will contain residences and the Els Performance Academy.
 
Okay, enough stalling. Those footprints belong to elephants who apparently wander over from the nearby tropical rainforest. I've heard of elephant polo, but maybe the Els resort can pioneer elephant golf.
 
You can see the original photo right here on the Ernie Els Design Twitter account.