The Carbrook Golf Club in Queensland, Australia gives a whole new meaning to the term “Water Hazard”. Trust me when I tell you that you don’t want to go looking for your golf balls in this pond – instead of holding carp, blue gills or largemouth bass this water hazard is filled with ten foot Bull Sharks. The water hazard, which borders several holes, holds over 30 Bull Sharks up to ten feet in length. The sharks are thought to have gotten into the lake during flooding in 1990 and the club has allowed them to stay. Their main food sources are chickens, other fish and of course the occasional caddy.
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