WATCH: Bears Interrupting Golfers
Below are 4 videos of when bears surprised golfers.
For the record, this first video was an important shot.
That's why this golfer was not interested in budging as the bear slowly and casually lumbered out of the woods towards him.
Just ignore the bear, line up the put. Lord, he's getting close. FOCUS!
OKAY TAKE THE SHOT... But no sudden moves just...
OKAY, LET'S GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE!
The video does not run past the time that the golfer moves away (quickly) from the advancing bear. We can suppose that whoever was shooting the video stopped recording and got out of there as well.
Did the bear just want to play through?
Did the bear think the golfer was putting an egg and wanted a taste?
JUST WHAT THE HELL WAS THIS BEAR THINKING?
This is not the only time bears have walked up to have a word with golfers.
Here is a baby bear wanting to give a golf a HUG!
CAUTION: If the baby is in the area so is MAMA!
Here is another baby bear that thought the flag pole was something fun to play with.
Can't blame him really, when I was that little I think I did the same thing.
But once again, if the baby is in the area so is the mom!
DO NOT stick around.
FINALLY! Here is a bear that is just curious, what the heck are these humans hitting with that stick?
He walks up to a golf ball and bats it around a moment.
How does that affect the scorecard? A bear is a natural thing so it can't be counted as a stroke.
Yet what if the bear EATS the ball? Do you just drop another ball there or do your go talk to the bear and ask for your ball back?
Not sure the PGA has thought of these things.
In this case, the bear is playing with the ball when the golfer actually steps up and asks for his ball back.
NOT KIDDING! Just watch the video.
Do you just hit the ball after the bear gives it back? I mean, what about all the slobber?
The rule in golf is that you are not allowed to move a twig or a leaf because it is natural. But you can move a human dropped object.
So are you allowed to move the bear? Are you allowed to clean up its slobber?
Somebody call the PGA!