Some pro golfers celebrate wins by diving into a water hazard. This is definitely not the place to do that.
At Carbrook Golf Club in Brisbane, a half-dozen man-eating bull sharks swim around the lake by the 15th tee. Some of the juvenile sharks are nearly 10 feet long.
The animals have been part of the course for 17 years, since the Logan River flooded the course in the early 1990s and covered it with water.
The Herald Sun reports Carbrook is believed to be the world's first links course infested with sharks. The club hosts a monthly tournament dubbed the Shark Lake Challenge.
A large yellow sign near the lake warns golfers to stay out of the lake near the 15th hole -- no matter how much they want a free ball or two.