We've even seen elephant tracks on the greens in Malaysia. (Good luck fixing those spike marks.)
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So we've pretty much seen it all when it comes to "animals on golf course" photos. Or we thought we had, until appix29 posted this shot on Instagram for the #PGA365 reader-submitted photo gallery.
It's from Growling Frog Golf Course in Yan Yean, Australia, on the north side of Melbourne. And yes, those are kangaroos. And no, they didn't show good etiquette by raking the bunkers afterward. (And yes, Growling Frog is an awesome name for anything, and probably worthy of a story in its own right.)
Birdies, eagles, albatrosses and now marsupials. "Reckon you can put me down for a Joey on that hole, mate."
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After that, finding photos of golf balls landing on alligators is almost routine.