Florida is full of wonderful golf courses and also terrifying creatures.
Earlier in the year we saw a giant, 16-foot alligator strolling along a golf course in Florida, terrifying the locals. Now, we have smaller, much more agile alligators taking over golf courses by climbing chain-link fences, like this one at Hideaway Country Club in Fort Myers, Florida.
"[The gator] wiggled some of the poles up a little bit," said course general manager Jeff Wilson, according to NBC 2. "In fact, he went over barbwire too, which is pretty amazing, but of course, alligator skin is pretty tough."
I'm not sure what we're supposed to do now that barbed wire and fences aren't enough to keep out alligators, but we need to go back to the drawing board -- or just leave Florida alone and let the alligators take over.