Isaac Couling spent the entire day chasing birdies on a golf course Saturday in southern MI, but not the kind that ended up chasing him.
Hilarious photos captured the moment the Concord High School, Michigan, teen was chased and knocked down by the angry animal. The players were walking along the seventh-hole fairway when he strayed a little too close to the nest, and the goose went after Couling. She said it took four carts to keep the goose away and help retrieve the golfer's clubs, which fell out during the attack. The golfers did a good job of avoiding the nest, but the guard goose apparently thought differently and attacked one of the golfers, causing him to fall to the ground.
Well, nature was not so amiable recently for one player from Blissfield High School in southeastern MI. According to the athletic department, he tried to get up after that second picture to run away, resulting in the third photo. The Blissfield Athletics Twitter account explained that Couling was caught off guard by the charging bird as he was keeping an eye on another goose.More news: Bayern's Alaba, Tolisso doubtful against Real Madrid
Fortunately, he was not physically hurt, although Blissfield said maybe his pride was injured.
Couling told a local newspaper that he ended up finishing with a par on the hole.