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Massive alligator found wandering Florida golf course

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An alligator that looks practically prehistoric was recently seen wandering a Gulf Coast golf course.

According to the "Palm Beach Post," the Myakka Pines Golf Club shared these insane photos taken by Bill Susie and Dick Huber.

They claim to have taken photos of the huge alligator wandering around the seventh hole of course.

People are already wondering if the photos are fake, but Myakka Pines says they're the real deal.

"Lots of people think the pic is photo shopped," the golf course posted to its Facebook page. "Nope! We just [grow] 'em big in these parts!"

Real or fake, the photos are pretty striking. 

Post by Myakka Pines Golf Club.

Post by Myakka Pines Golf Club.

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Charlie Sifford, first black golfer on PGA tour, dies at 92

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Charlie Sifford, the man many people referred to as "the Jackie Robinson of golf," has died. He was 92. 

According to Cleveland.com, Sifford died of cardiac arrest. He had reportedly suffered a stroke weeks prior.

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During his career, Sifford won the UGA National Negro Open six times but was excluded from PGA competition due its "Caucasian only" policy. (Video via WEWS)

But Sifford was adamant about changing that, even though he received death threats in the process. In 1961, Sifford broke down golf's color barrier and became the first black man to earn a PGA Tour card. (Video via Back9Network)

Sifford went on to win two PGA Tour championships — one in 1967 and the other in 1969. He also became the first black man inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2004.

And in November of last year, the golf pioneer was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Obama.

According to the World Golf Hall of Fame, Sifford found inspiration from Jackie Robinson and even spoke with him about his plans to break the color barrier in golf.

"[Robinson] asked me if I was a quitter. He said, 'OK, if you're not a quitter, go ahead and take the challenge. If you're a quitter, there's going to be a lot of obstacles you're going to have to go through to be successful in what you're trying to do.' ... I made up my mind I was going to do it. I just did it. Everything worked out perfect, I think," said Sifford.

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