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ENGLEWOOD (CBSMiami) – Golfers playing at the Myakka Pines Golf Club in Englewood, Florida on Monday had to deal with an unusual hazard on the course.

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While on the green of hole number six, players witnessed a couple of alligators getting into a fight on the nearly fourth hole.

One of the gators, the bigger one which is named ‘Goliath’ by locals, has been in the news before after devouring a turtle on the same golf course.

Goliath emerged victorious from the brawl against a smaller gator, who limped away after the defeat.

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The Myakka Pines Golf Club added more photos of the encounter on its Facebook page.

As you can see in the photo below, Goliath had no problem climbing out of the water and onto the green.

 

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Goliath the alligator climbs out the water at Myakka Pines Golf Club in Englewood. Fla. (Source: Lynn Sarles/Facebook)

Goliath the alligator climbs out the water at Myakka Pines Golf Club in Englewood. Fla. (Source: Lynn Sarles/Facebook)