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‘Waiting for a birdie!’ – Watch shocking moment 4ft venomous snake slithers out of second hole on golf course

, ‘Waiting for a birdie!’ – Watch shocking moment 4ft venomous snake slithers out of second hole on golf course
'Waiting for a birdie!' - Watch shocking moment 4ft venomous snake slithers out of second hole on golf course

GOLFERS had the fright of their lives when a four-foot SNAKE appeared from a hole on a golf course.

At The Coast Golf Club in Sydney, Australia, any golfers hoping to get their ball out of the second hole from the course would have been given a nasty surprise.

A four-foot red belly black snake was a surprise visitor to one hole at a golf course in Sydney

This snake was said to be taking refuge from the Aussie heat

According to Coast Golf’s Instagram page, the snake was a red belly black.

The slithery customer had taken refuge from the Aussie heat in the hole.

All the groups whose games were impacted were happy to take the two putts offered due to its presence.

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The snake saw a couple of groups along before it moved on by itself.

One fan online joked: “Waiting for a birdie, an eagle, or an albatross?”

A second said: “That’s a birdie for everyone in the group
, ‘Waiting for a birdie!’ – Watch shocking moment 4ft venomous snake slithers out of second hole on golf course

Another shocked viewer said: “OMG!”

The red belly black is among the most frequently encountered snakes in Australia, with about 35 attacks per year.

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A bite from one would be no laughing matter either, with its venom able to cause symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, muscle pain, sweating, weakness, headache, urine discolouration and abdominal pain.

If you’re ever bit by one you can also expect heavy bleeding due to the venom having the added trait of stopping blood from clotting.

However, there have been no recorded deaths of a human after being bitten by one.

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On the other side of the Pacific Ocean, former Real Madrid and Tottenham star Gareth Bale has been trying his hand at competitive golf at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am event.

The 33-year-old hit a respectable 65 in his first day of the tour, which sees him up against Pros such as Matt Fitzpatrick and celebs like NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers and actor Billy Murray.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I really require a golf membership to play?

You don’t need to join the golf club. However, you will be able to use all the facilities, including driving ranges, putting areas, and locker rooms.

Can watching golf improve your skills?

It does indeed improve my game.

Golf is a very popular sport. The game involves hitting a golf ball towards a target using different distances, with sticks or clubs. It is a great way for people to unwind and enjoy some time outside. You may not know, but there are many advantages to playing golf. Here are a few:

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  • Golf helps you get fit
  • Playing golf makes you feel good
  • Playing doesn’t require you to think about too many things
  • Golf teaches patience
  • Inspiration can be found in watching golf
  • Golf is fun
  • Golf is simple to learn
  • Golf is cheaper than other sports
  • Golf is a stress reliever
  • Golf is a social game

What is the most crucial shot in golf

The most important shot for a golfer is the putt. You must have great skill to hit the ball accurately, or you could lose the hole.

How do you improve your golf score?

These tips can help you improve your golf game quickly.

  1. You should practice more than you play. You can improve your skills by practicing more. To play too often is a sign that you are developing bad habits.
  2. Feel good when you play. Sometimes you don’t feel like golf. Do not force yourself to do something you don’t enjoy. Instead, find new ways to make playing golf enjoyable.
  3. Take breaks. Golfers will often take breaks during a round to stretch, walk around and eat lunch. Taking breaks can help your body relax and keep you focused throughout the round.
  4. Water! It’s easy not to keep track of how many drinks were consumed while you are out on the course. You should drink enough water to avoid becoming dehydrated. You will feel refreshed and ready for your next round of golf if you drink plenty of water before, throughout, and after the game.
  5. Be healthy. Eating healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, lean protein, whole grains, and low fat dairy products will give you energy and allow you to perform well on the course.
  6. Stay hydrated. Water is your best friend. At least eight glasses of water should be consumed each day. This includes water from drinks (such as coffee) and plain water.
  7. You should warm up properly. Before hitting the first shot in a round, warm up by walking or jogging for five minutes. You should then be flexible and agile.
  8. Keep your head down. When you are teeing off, keep your eyes on the ground. Don’t look at the ball and pay attention to where it hits. Instead, you should focus on the hole.
  9. Good form is essential for a good swing. Proper form could mean different things for different people. But you should try to avoid swinging at your target. Instead, aim to strike the ball at the center of your target.
  10. Concentrate on the process. While there are several factors that contribute to a successful golf swing, focusing on the process will help you develop the most effective technique. For example, if you have trouble keeping your hands still, then focus on relaxing your grip. If you have trouble maintaining balance, focus on your posture.

What is the average score of a weekend golfer on the golf course?

The average golf score for a beginner is around 100. As you get better at golf, your scores improve. You’ll probably start out playing 9 holes and work up to 18.

How do I lower my golf score by 5 strokes?

You must first improve your swing mechanics. Your body won’t be able to give you proper feedback if it doesn’t feel like you can hold the club correctly. Once you have mastered this step you will want to work on increasing your strength and flexibility. Slowly start, then work your way up to greater distances. As you progress towards higher scores, your game will become more consistent.

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Statistics

  • Or that, on the greens, some 84% of putts over five feet also finish short of the hole? (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
  • Stats reveal 96% of golfers play right-handed. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
  • However, if you go in thinking that you will get all the way down to a 10, you will likely stunt your progress because your expectations are way out of line. (practical-golf.com)
  • If you have 14 attempts and convert as little as 50% of them into Pars – you can double bogey the remaining 4 holes and still shoot 87 for your round. (golfmadesimple.com)
  • Trackman found that over 65% of amateur’s golf shots finish short of the target from 160 yards. (golfinsideruk.com)

External Links

golfdigest.com

amzn.to

shotscope.com

nicklaus.com

How To

Five Simple Steps to Lower Your Golf Scores

  1. Start with the right equipment. You’re going to want to invest in some good clubs and balls. To find the right club for you, it is best to learn from someone who plays golf. Ask around at the local driving range for people who play golf if you don’t know any. They might even give you a free lesson just because they like seeing new faces!
  2. Practice makes perfect. This is a well-known fact, but practice is essential if you want to improve your game. Practice is important, no matter if you play alone or with your friends. When you do begin to practice, keep track of your progress. Write down everything you do so that you can see where you’re improving and where you still need work.
  3. Play more. It’s likely that you will feel overwhelmed when you start golfing. You won’t be able to go out as often because you are spending too much on equipment. But once you get in a rhythm, you’ll find that you actually enjoy it. You can increase your play frequency. You should play at least three times per week, or every other day. That means one round of 18 holes during the weekend and two rounds of 9 holes during the week.
  4. Make sure you eat well. Many people believe that eating breakfast is a way to do their bodies a favor. This isn’t healthy. Instead, make sure you eat something before going out. Ideally, you’d want to eat a small snack containing protein, carbohydrates, and fat. When you arrive at the course you can have a light dinner of lean protein and vegetables.
  5. Hydration is key. Drinking lots water can prevent dehydration from leading to muscle aches and headaches. Drinking water is important for optimal performance.

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