A terrifying dinosaur-size alligator found crawling on a Florida golf course has left even the most experienced Sunshine State golfers running for the 19th hole.
Check out this guy! A huge, dinosaur-like alligator was spotted at Myakka Pines GC in Englewood, Florida. pic.twitter.com/WP4WHamrRI
— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) March 11, 2015
The gator, estimated to be about 13-feet long, has been calling the golf course home for the last week, said Myakka Pines general manager Mickie Zada.
Its "monster" size has prompted a debate amongst social media users questioning if it was real on the Myakka alligator Twitter page.
An even larger gator called "Big George" had lived on the golf course for a decade before he died, according to Zada. The 15-foot animal and the one who seems to have replaced him aren't threats to golfers.
Myakka Pines has been alligator-incident free for nearly 40 years.