Alligator & Burmese Python Make Golfing Cool Again

                                                  NOW I WANNA START GOLFING!

A Naples, Florida, golf course featured a reptilian smackdown between an alligator and Burmese python last week ― and it was caught on camera.

“The alligator seems to have the upper hand,” Dr. Richard Nadler wrote on Facebook.

“The python’s head was inside the mouth of the alligator and the alligator was just sitting there absolutely still with his eyes wide open,” Nadler told NBC affiliate WESH.

While state wildlife authorities couldn’t determine the outcome for sure from photos, they told Fox News they were “team alligator” in part because Burmese pythons are not from Florida and their presence is harming the ecosystem.

“We are encouraged by the prospect of a native Florida alligator consuming an invasive Burmese python,” said Brian Norris, spokesman for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Personally, I feel, if you're man enough to wear those clothes and sit in a clown car with a bunch of sticks to go visit some holes in the ground, you're man enough to clear the path of any "vermin" that impede your gameplay. ESPN needs to add that to it's "golfing" game rules and film it!


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