There was a fairly-large gator chilling on the sixth hole at Bay Hill during the first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The sight of a gator on a golf course is not new to many of us, but seeing a PGA Tour pro touch a gator on the tail during a round may be.
This didn’t seem to be a very big deal for Cody Gribble, who, with one hand in his pocket, tapped the gator’s tail causing it to shuffle back into Bay Hill lake.
Cody Gribble Dispatches Gator 🐊 into Bay Hill Lake with a Touch on the Tail pic.twitter.com/l8zvbd137h
— SportsCast (@SportsCast_THN) March 17, 2017
No big deal.
Don’t try this at home kids.