These photos perfectly capture the moment a high school golfer is attacked by a goose

Joel Beall
Golf Digest
Got to feel for this kid. He woke up thinking he was going to play golf. He left the course as a meme.

These photos perfectly capture the moment a high school golfer is attacked by a goose

Got to feel for this kid. He woke up thinking he was going to play golf. He left the course as a meme.

"Photography takes an instant out of time," documentarian Dorothea Lange once said, "altering life by holding it still.” Beautifully put, although words that have slightly different undertones in the photograph below.

In a recent junior match in Michigan, a poor high school golfer was attacked by a goose. Yes, you read that correctly. According to the Blissfield Athletics Twitter account, "The golfers just finished teeing off and were walking down the fairway. To the left there was a goose nest and the golfers did a good job of avoiding it but the guard goose (hanging out on the far right) thought differently."

One hacker tried to outrun the irritated bird, to no avail. A plight perfectly captured in three pictures:

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Luckily, the Blissfield handle assured that our downed friend is okay, save for "his pride." Still, got to feel for this kid. He woke up thinking he was going to play golf. He finished his day as a meme.

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