Published: Thu, April 26, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Golfer Stacks It After Coming A Cropper With Two Geese During Tournament

Golfer Stacks It After Coming A Cropper With Two Geese During Tournament

Blissfield Athletics said the golfer was OK, but "his pride was hurt".

Though geese can be attractive when watching them fly in flocks, the truth is they can be a real nuisance to golfers. He didn't stand a chance, especially when he's trying to evade the goose with a loaded golf bag on his back.

So this momentous trio of photographs showing a Canada goose absolutely trucking a high school golfer near Blissfield, Michigan, is just a reminder of the natural order of things.

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Couling told the Detroit News that his run-in with the feathered attacker quickly became the topic of conversation around his high school, and the weird images went viral nearly as soon as they were initially shared.

The victim, Isaac Couling, suffered the unlikely avian air raid while making his way through the front nine with the rest of his group. They can attack at anytime!

"They were aware of a goose nest on their left, which they were looking at but not bothering, when from behind them and to the right came the guard goose (protecting the nest)", he told The Detroit News.

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"All the coaches saw it from the clubhouse".

Couling was reportedly completely surprised by the charging bird while he was keeping his sights on another goose. "You could see it from there", he said. It s pretty insane.

Couling said he still ended up shooting par on the hole despite not being able to use his clubs because they fell out when he flipped over and the goose was guarding them.

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