Flood Shark Golf Course
October 12, 2011 by staff
Carbrook Gold Course was flooded in late 1990 when the Logan River burst its banks and covered the streets. When the water ran out, it was observed that the lake of course – between holes 12 and 15 – some residents had water again.
Today, the fins can sometimes be seen to break above the lake surface, the other with a current, which is published with yellow signs warning people not to swim.
If a ball ends up in the lake, it is best to resist a quick dip to get it.
“It is taboo, it is taboo. If the value of your members who are not anywhere near the lake,” said Casemore.
However, the warning signs are sometimes not enough to deter most daring players.
“I had a member in recent months trying to get a ball in a ball and end up in waist deep water, trying to let off steam,” said one golfer, who declined to give his name.
Although wildlife is a common sight in many golf courses around the world, most are not man eaters. The club hosts a tournament called the “Shark Lake Challenge” each month.
“I know there are just a few golf courses around with deadly animals such as crocodiles and alligators, but we are the only ones I know who are the sharks,” said another golfer.
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