In Carbrook Golf Course in Brisbane, Australia, golfers don’t even dare to retrieve their golf balls once it’s on the course lake. Not because they don’t want to get wet, but because of Bull sharks living in the lake between holes 12 and 15.
The sharks end up in the lake when in the late 1990s the Logan River burst its banks and covered the fairways. When the flood waters receded, the sharks got trapped in the lake. Now, the golf club capitalized on it’s unusual inhabitant by hosting the “Shark Lake Challenge” tournament every month.