Iguana attacks golf ball at Puerto Rico Open

Shane Bacon
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When you go to Puerto Rico for some golf, you probably expect to do or see original things that don't pop up at a regular tour event, but a golf ball attacking iguana? That's new to us all.

It happened to Andrew Loupe on the 16th hole during his final round, with the iguana going after his golf ball, but eventually getting bored of it and heading back to the wilderness, proper etiquette for an animal such as this one.

Loupe would go on to make par on the 16th, post a final round 69 and finish T-12 at the other PGA Tour event that went down this weekend.