People spent the solar eclipse playing golf -- here’s how it looked

By Joe Boozell
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There are plenty of bucket list golf courses spread across the U.S. and throughout the world. But playing golf during Monday’s solar eclipse?

That’s the ultimate bucket list item.

Earlier today, people posted their best eclipse photos and videos – from the golf course – on social media. Some of the images are more prominent than others – the eclipse looked different in different places.

Regardless, some of these submissions were unlike any round of “night golf” we’ve ever seen. That’s because they were different, of course. Let’s take a look.








Enjoyed getting out on the course to share a look at the eclipse with our #FaithfulGolfers! #Eclipse2017 #GolfingDuringTheEclipse

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