Be careful on the course: Hidden dangers of golf

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By Elsa Bonstein, Golf Gab

Compared with football, basketball and ice hockey, golf is a genteel, stately sport.
Golfers don’t crash into each other trying to get the ball into the hole. There are no referees on the links. Golfers are expected to know the rules of golf and to follow them.
But that doesn’t mean there are no dangers. You can get hurt playing golf. Obviously, golfers need to be careful of snakes, alligators and fire ants in this area, but they also need to be careful of other golfers and Mother Nature.  
Let me explain.

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