Animals cause delays at LPGA Australian Open
Kangaroos, ducks, birds -- the Australian Open has it all.
The LPGA Australian Open in Canberra, Australia, is literally turning into a zoo.
|Yani Tseng walks down the fairway. (Getty Images)|
|Karrie Webb pauses for some ducks to cross the fairway. (Getty Images)|
|Karrie Webb stares down some kangaroos. (Getty Images)|
Karrie Webb has been right in the middle of all of it. First she was photographed trying to make her way through a flock of ducks, then she had to pause for some kangaroos to cross the fairway before hitting a drive.
Yani Tseng had it easy -- just a few small birds to deal with.
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