(CBS) From alligators to ducks, there have been many types of animals that have embroiled themselves in the middle of play on the golf course.
On Sunday, we added a new creature to the list. At the Puerto Rican Open, an iguana attacked Andrew Loupe’s ball on the 16th green. Not once, not twice, but three times the iguana rammed his little head into the dimpled ball. It then retreated, apparently sensing danger.
Rules stipulated that Loupe just had to place the ball back in its original location, and he parred the hole before taking 12th, USA Today reported.
Watch the scene below: