WATCH: Hundreds of kangaroos invade a golf course in Australia
They will kick you if you get too close
There are hazards. There are water hazards. There are lateral hazards. Then there are bouncing, joey-carrying hazards like we saw recently in Australia. Greg Tannos of Australia was playing Sanctuary Point at St. George's Basin Country Club in Australia recently when he happened upon a whole herd of these 'roos.
Golf just got a whole lot more interesting at St Georges Basin Country Club at Sanctuary Point. This golf course hosts hundreds of Eastern Grey Kangaroos and a large variety of bird life making a round of golf a whole lot more interesting. There are a few golf courses around Australia with interesting wildlife including Coffin Bay near Port Lincoln in South Australia which also has many Kangaroos and the odd Emu or two.
That's certainly a more enjoyable obstruction than what players saw at the RBC Heritage last week.
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