Shocked golfer films moment two alligators fight on the 18th hole of a golf course in South Carolina
Incredible moment when a pair of alligators fight on the 18th hole of a golf course for two hours while players watched
- Two alligators were spotted fighting for two hours at the Golf Club at Hilton Head Lakes in Hardeeville, South Carolina
- Video footage taken by golfer Matthew Proffitt shows the gators locked in a fierce fight on the 18th hole of the golf course while bewildered players watched
- The gators can be heard growling in the images posted on social media by the golfer through Storyful and through the golf course on the Facebook page
A few alligators were caught on video while talking on the 18th hole of a golf course in South Carolina.
The snarling animals were locked in a fierce battle for two hours, while baffled players watched the golf club at Hilton Head Lakes in Hardeeville last week.
Matthew Proffitt playing golf with friends caught the animals in the video footage using their powerful jaws to overpower each other.
One of the animals is seen chewing the arm of the other alligator. That animal responds by biting its attacker’s head. The two were then locked in that position for almost the entire brawl. Neither would let the other go, the video shows.
A few alligators were caught on video last week while talking about the 18th hole of the golf club at Hilton Head Lakes in Hardeeville, South Carolina.
One of the animals is seen chewing the arm of the other alligator. That animal responds by biting its attacker’s head
The crocodiles are depicted from the statues with jaws and thus remained for most of the brawl
Neither alligator would let the other go, the video shows
The ruthless alligators are shown unwilling to give in while fighting on the golf course
Proffitt posted the images of the alligator fight on YouTube via Storyful on Sunday. The golf course also had it on his Facebook page on May 21, a day after the brawl.
The golfer was out with a group of friends playing the course when they encountered the gators talking to each other.
“They would lie still for a few minutes with their jaws together, then try to roll or shake,” Proffitt said. KCPQ.
“The fight lasted about two hours,” said the shocked golfer.
Alligators are common in the area, but Profitt had not seen one on the track until then.
The post from the course on Facebook included the warning: ‘Sudden death playoff on yesterday! Keep your eyes peeled, the course is packed with wildlife! ‘