When people think about Australia, one of the first things to come to mind is kangaroos, so it seems fitting that a mob of the furry animals decided to take to the course at the LPGA Australian Open yesterday.
The kangaroos forced LPGA Pro Karrie Webb to wait her turn to play through the ninth hole at Canberra Golf Club, as the kangaroos apparently had no concept of golf etiquette and rate of play.
Webb can be thankful that it was only kangaroos however, as this is the same course where LPGA rookie Daniela Holmqvist was bitten by a what she thought to be a Black Widow spider Tuesday during the pre-qualifier; it was later determined that it was another type of dangerous spider, the Redback.
Whether it be venomous spiders or kangaroo mobs, LPGA golfers at the Australian Open have a few more things to think about as they compete for first place.
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