Truth & Rumors: Live shark found on California golf course
The Shark made a rare on course experience on Tuesday, at San Juan Hills Golf Club in San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
Greg Norman -- oh, wait. It was an actual shark. A real, live shark, according to Brian Park of The Capistrano Dispatch. The primordial-killing-machine/Discovery-Channel-celebrity was found thrashing -- violently, no doubt -- on the 12th tee around 4 p.m.
Well, this shark was only 2 feet long, according to the article. But we bet it still had kill in its eyes. A brave marshall picked up the beast and drove it to the clubhouse, where it was eventually released into the wild. No one said, "You're going to need a bigger cart." But they should have.
Park reports that the fish was likely scooped out of the water by a sea bird, and then dropped onto the course, which is four miles away from the Pacific.
No word on whether this Shark started mouthing off about Tiger Woods, but we think it knew better. Wouldn't want a Golden Bear to come along and swat it away.