Of all the problems that golf courses have, you wouldn't think that goose droppings would be the biggest one.
But the Hartford Courant has the story of one course in Berlin, Connecticut that had such a goose problem that they had to come up with a creative solution.
"It was like a minefield out there from the geese, especially the back nine," course regular James Green, of Berlin, said Friday of gross conditions caused by geese that lived at the course. "It got on your shoes, clubs, cart. It'd get into your car and you'd smell that odor. Terrible."
They started off using leaf-blowers at least once per day to blow all of the droppings off the greens, that is until they bought the $4,000 Goosinator.
The Goosinator is a large, remote-controlled predator that chases geese on both land and water. It's buzzing sound and orange color scares the geese away, and the course has seen a drastic improvement since implementing it.
Check out the video at the link below, it's just as entertaining as it sounds:
If I saw this on the golf course it would probably scare me away too.