Watch Golfer Risk His Life Maneuvering Around Mob Of Kangaroos
Golf. The casual man’s true leisure sport.
… Unless you’re being attacked by hornets on a Malaysian course.
Or, in the case of Greg Tannos, risking your life around a mob of kangaroos in Australia.
Check out Tannos in the video below as he gracefully tip-toes between dozens of kangaroos, who many could rip him to shreds within a seconds-notice if they chose to, all to simply get to his ball.
On April 6, Greg Tannos was playing a round at Sanctuary Point Country Club when a group of eastern grey kangaroos decided to hop on the green and instantly increase the difficulty of an already hard sport.
Treating the mob of kangaroos like just another obstacle to surmount, Tannos tried to play through, wheeling his clubs behind him.
I’m pretty sure he drills one of the kangaroos with his shot around the 2:20 mark.
The entire scene is jaw-dropping. And hilarious. And scary as hell. It’s something you would see in a movie and say, ‘NO WAY!’
May we remind you that while these cute, adorable creatures are just chillin’, sun-bathing, eating grass on the ‘green,’ they’re also terrifying creatures built to rip your guts out.
Josh Helmuth is the editor of Crave Sports.