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Unusual Golf Course Hazard in Wyoming

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My golf game is so bad anymore that a few buffalo on the course probably wouldn’t hurt my score too much. But asking, “Do you mind if we play through?” may not be the best idea. A herd of bison have made themselves at home on Jackson, Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club golf course. The course superintendent says the damage to the greens can be a headache. State wildlife officials have tried to shoo them away with sprinklers and noise makers, but in the end, club officials say the bison usually get their way. So course rules have changed, folks. The holes with bison on them are now Par 30s. DB

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