Bear cub plays a different kind of golf game

Bear cub disrupts golfers at Mountainside Golf Course in Fairmont Hot Springs, British Columbia. Photo is a screen grab from video

Bear cub disrupts golfers at Mountainside Golf Course in Fairmont Hot Springs, British Columbia. Photo is a screen grab from video

Bears obviously know nothing about golf etiquette. Take this bear cub, for instance. What it did on a green while golfers were trying to play through is absolutely … adorable. It was all quite humorous, too. Watch:

Cute bear cubs can get away with these kinds of things when a marshal isn't around. Never mind that the bear cub walked in their putting lines, played with the flagstick, and stole one of the golf balls—by the way, nice approach shot, Pascal—it was all in good fun.

Three other bears in the foreground were obviously oblivious to the youngster's mischievous behavior, caught on video by Andi Dzilums.

Coincidentally, Dzilums, who was playing golf at Mountainside Golf Course in Fairmont Hot Springs, British Columbia, was in a group that included the president and chief executive of Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, Pascal van Dijk.

Yeah, that was Pascal's ball the cub started eating.

Anyway, Pascal no doubt knows that bears are regulars on the course.

"We see them almost daily," Fairmont's Kathleen Murdock told the Vancouver Sun. "This week especially. One day we saw seven or eight bears. We usually see a mother and her three cubs—and those are the ones you see in the video."

So, Pascal, replace your ball and play on. No penalty.

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