Video footage showing a leopard playing with tee markers on a golf course in South Africa has inspired a range of comments and, yes, the name Tiger is raised.
The unfenced golf course is surrounded by a wildlife sanctuary and open to guests of sprawling Kruger National Park, so large critter sightings are not surprising.
"Uninvited spectators are a common sight, hippo, impala, warthog and baboons to mention but a few," Skukuza states on its website.
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The leopard in the footage is intrigued by the white tee markers and playfully bats both of them before scampering back into the bush.
"Making sure the course set-up is in the right place this morning," reads the description of a post that has garnered more than 1,000 comments.
One commenter cautioned, "Probably best to play the blue tees today."
Another joked: "Yup everything works… Now for some breakfast… Here caddy caddy!"
Most comments pertain to the exquisite beauty of the large cat, but attempts at golf humor are a close second.
"I'll go straight to the 19th hole now, thank you," a commenter wrote, referring to the golf course bar.
Stated another: "This is when you give your [playing] partner the honor."
Skukuza, which has no bunkers but plenty of trees, is billed as "one of the most unique 9-hole golf courses in the world."