It is a pretty common occurrence for Floridians to spot all different types of animals on their golf courses, including frequent gator sightings.
What is not so common, is an alligator chomping on what seems to be a python, lurking out of a water hazard at Fiddlers Creek in Florida.
The Classics Country Club at Lely Resort posted this shot from one of it’s members, who had taken the picture at the neighboring course.
Doesn’t seem like they care too much about the well being of their members.. although the picture is pretty grainy. Thanks, Pat.
Moral of the story: Stay away from gators with meals already in their mouths, but if you’re going to take a picture, make sure you have quality resolution.