Saturday, April 29, 2017

Another week, another monster gator on a golf course

We’ve seen all kinds of alligators on golf courses recently, but no matter how hard Cody Gribble tries to scare them all away, they seem to be less afraid than ever.

Case in point, a couple of instances Monday from courses on Kiawah Island in South Carolina.

The first comes from the River Course where a gigantic gator just casually strolled across a fairway at the Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic’s 10th Annual Celebrity Golf Invitational.

Then there’s video of this big fella, also from Monday, on the range at Osprey Point, a course about four miles away from the River Course on Kiawah Island.

On the range this morning at Osprey Point. Not sure what T time he had. #kiawah

A post shared by mayorjuan (@mayorjuan) on Mar 27, 2017 at 3:21pm PDT

#kiawah #kiawahisland #golf #golfchannel

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Is it the same gator? Who knows. But we wouldn’t recommend getting close enough to find out.

h/t to ABC News

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