Bears play on putting green
Bears play on putting green

Nothing says family fun like a day on the golf course and apparently that goes for bears as well. Check out this family of bears goofing off on a practice green. Momma bear seems content to fling around the flagstick while the little one go for a round of sparring:

Luckily the putting service looks likes its artificial turf because I don’t think bears are much for complying with Rule 13.1c(2) set forth by the USGA:

Rule 13.1c(2) allows repair of almost any damage on the green:

  • “Damage on the putting green” is defined to include all types of damage (such as ball-marks, shoe damage, indentations from a club or flagstick, animal damage, etc.), except aeration holes, natural surface imperfections or natural wear of the hole.

Not the first time we’ve seen bears playing with flagstick, this little fella sure looks like its having a good old time:

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