Ron Martin, first assistant of the Crescent Pointe Golf Club, said he spotted the 9-foot gator Sunday evening on the 18th green and tried to shoo him back into the marsh.
Ron Martin, first assistant of the Crescent Pointe Golf Club, said he spotted the 9-foot gator Sunday evening on the 18th green and tried to shoo him back into the marsh. Submitted photo
Ron Martin, first assistant of the Crescent Pointe Golf Club, said he spotted the 9-foot gator Sunday evening on the 18th green and tried to shoo him back into the marsh. Submitted photo

Gator with injured eye removed from Bluffton golf course

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