These golfers got a show when they stumbled across an alligator making lunch out of a python in Naples, Florida.
Golfer Richard Nadler and his friends got the surprise of their lives when they were playing the 10th hole at Fiddler's Creek.
Nadler and his golfing buddies were shocked to stumble on an alligator that was in the process of munching down an invasive Burmese python that obviously got too close.
"'Wild' day on the 10th hole today!'" Nadler wrote in a Facebook post with three pictures of the beast before it sank back into the water to digest.
While the big snake was wrapped around the gator, the gator had completely swallowed its head.
Security was there to make sure no one got too close to either animal. Eventually the alligator disappeared back into the pond.
There is no word as to whether the state of Florida will reimburse the alligator for getting rid of one more invasive python!
All photos via Facebook/Richard Nadler