A golf course is a haven for a diversity of wildlife (just ask the drink cart girl) as well as an array critters, due to the prevalence of turf, trees and an obvious abundance of adult beverages.
However, at times the harmonious balance of a serene round at the local club is interrupted by an act of indiscretion involving some version of cheating, or in this case a father goose, dutifully protecting a pregnant mate. A picture is worth a thousand words or laughs, and thankfully the fleeing high school golfer briefly sidetracked from match-play by the act of self-defense, and the boss Canadian gander were left physically unscathed in the wake of this raw encounter in the wilds, that Sir David Attenborough would be proud to document for PBS. This is not the first or last instance, where a differing biological species piques the collective curiosity in directly influencing outcome of the score card.
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Read the full Golf Digest story here.