as mentioned in A crocodile floats in the Sanibel River at the Sanibel Island Golf Club on Wednesday.
It is a rare sighting to see them this far north (Photo: Andrew West/The News-Press)There’s a moving and potentially deadly hazard on the third tee at Sanibel Island Golf Club.
A crocodile appears to have moved into the Sanibel River property, with a golfer reporting a “big alligator on 3” in late January, but saying it looked different.
The croc at the golf course has not been positively identified as an American crocodile.
One croc was a Sanibel Island icon, living there 30 years before dying in 2010.
referring to Inwood golf course to become stormwater detention site Inwood Forest course expected to hold enough water to fill DomeA defunct golf course in northwest Houston will be excavated to hold 350 million gallons of stormwater – more than enough to fill the Astrodome – with City Council’s approval Wednesday of an agreement with the county flood control district.
Old Inwood golf course will store stormwater
(Contributed photo/Houston Golf Association)The Houston Golf Association has begun the first phase of renovations at the Gus Wortham Park Golf Course.
Image 1 of 31The Houston Golf Association has begun the first phase of renovations at the Gus Wortham Park Golf Course.
(Contributed photo/Houston Golf Association)
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