If you're an avid viewer of Animal Planet's "River Monsters," you might recall the episode in the first season when Jeremy Wade went in search of the deadly bull sharks who have infiltrated and proliferated the freshwater canals of Queensland, Australia. Judging by some recent freaky footage of sharks swimming around in an Australian golf course water hazard, it looks like this is one part of the world where you don't want to go fishing out a sliced drive. According to The Mirror, the sharks in Queensland’s Carbrook Golf Club were thought to be a myth. However, officials now speculate there's over 30 bull sharks in the lake, some measuring up to 10 feet in length. No word on whether or not there have been any confirmed attacks. The Club's GM apparently doesn't care about the flesh-eaters, telling the paper he feeds them chickens. In fact, the course seems to be embracing the beasts in the lake, hosting a monthly "Sharklake Challenge" tournament. Hey, as LBS notes, Florida golf courses have alligators. Australian golf courses have sharks. And crocodiles. And pissed-off snakes. And herds of kangaroos. Conclusion: Golf in Australia sounds AWESOME. In fact, all this kinda makes me want to see a "Happy Gilmore" sequel with a middle-aged Adam Sandler trying to rekindle his career on the Australia Pro-Am. Think about it: Paul Hogan could play the new Chubbs Peterson role and star as Happy's coach from Down Under. He'd have to get his leg mauled off by a hungry bull shark, which Hogan would ultimately bring to vengeance because he's a boss like that. Anyway, after the jump, check out the cool footage of the sharks just swimming around in the club's water hazard, patrolling awfully close to the fairway bank.