Suffice it to say, there's a little extra motivation for golfers to avoid the water hazards at Carbrook Golf Club in Brisbane, Australia.
A lake near the 14th green at Carbrook is infested with a half dozen man-eating bull sharks.
According to the International Business Times, the sharks ended up in the lake after a river broke its banks during a major flood. As the waters receded the sharks became stranded in the lake in the Queensland golf course.
The sharks now serve as a great attraction for the club, causing golfers to pause during rounds in an attempt to spot them.
According to Sky News, local children once jumped into the lake in order to retrieve balls for extra money. For obvious reasons, that no longer happens.
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