It's back! A massive alligator at Myakka Pines Golf Club swallows up a turtle on the golf course.
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Karrie Webb had to wait for a herd of kangaroos to clear the fairway before playing a shot at the 2013 Women's Australian Open.
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A dragonfly got a great seat to watch Tiger Woods at the 2011 PGA.
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The Carbrook Golf Club in Brisbane, Australia, may have the most unique water hazard in the history of the game — a lake full of man-eating bull sharks. Yep, killer sharks that measure up to 10 feet in length are regularly seen poking their fins through the surface of the water by golfers as they set up to hit their shots just yards away.
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Paula Creamer ran away from a snake crossing the 14th fairway during the 2009 LPGA Championship.
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Two bighorn sheep munched on the 15th fairway at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
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A Springbok made its way onto a golf course in Johannesburg.
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Out of the way, cat! Todd Murphy of Lahania, Hawaii, had to wait as a stray cat made its way across the green at the 2002 NGA professional golf tour's Port City Azalea Classic.
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A chipmunk ran around the ninth green at the 2011 U.S. Amateur Championship at Erin Hills.
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The 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup team watched as a rabbit scampered around the K Club.
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Giraffes are common spectators at the Hans Merensky Golf Course in Phalaborwa, South Africa.
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Ducks and geese are always a problem on the course, as Oliver Wilson found out at the 2010 Qatar Masters.
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Peter Lonard had to wait while a kangaroo hopped across the fairway at the 2008 Australian PGA Championship.
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A round at Carnoustie usually involves rain, fog and lots of high scores. But during the 2010 Senior British Open a frog had to be gently removed from the putting green.
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At the 2008 U.S. Senior Open at the Broadmoor, a black bear ran across the fairway.
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At the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., players have to be extra careful when they're searching for a lost ball.
18 of 18Michelle Wie's Twitter Page - http://twitter.com/#!/themichellewie/status/75549721086799872
Michelle Wie tweeted this picture of a turtle. Fortunately it was not in her line.
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