A high school golfer in MI was caught off guard by an unlikely opponent.
A southeastern MI high school golfer learned his lesson the hard way Sunday when a Canada goose randomly attacked him as he was walking down the fairway of a golf course. In Michigan? Here's a tip: stay as far away from the geese as you possibly can.
The photos got the attention of the PGA, which stated, "Though geese can be handsome when watching them fly in flocks, the truth is they can be a real nuisance to golfers". She captured the entire sequence of events in a series of photographs, which went viral on Twitter.
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A MI high school golf tournament briefly turned into a wild goose chase Saturday - literally.
Soon after he teed off on the 7th hole at the Wolf Creek Golf Course in Adrian on Saturday, Isaac Couling was met by the wrath of a teed-off Canada goose. There was a goose nest along the way, and while most golfers successfully avoided it, one goose thought Isaac Couling got too close. The first picture shows the initial attack. "He stood up after the 2nd picture and tripped trying to run away resulting in the 3rd picture".