WARNING: Alwyn Yearby is still keen to get on the golf course at the Capricorn Country Club, despite the fact that a crocodile was spotted in the area.
WARNING: Alwyn Yearby is still keen to get on the golf course at the Capricorn Country Club, despite the fact that a crocodile was spotted in the area. Chris Ison Rokcgolf

Golfers keep your eyes peeled: croc at the Cap Country Club

GOLFERS need to keep their eyes peeled next time they hit the golf course.

A crocodile has been lurking around the creek at the Capricorn Country Club in North Rockhampton.

Rockhampton council workers spotted the croc last Friday when they were doing maintenance in the creek area.

As a precaution, a wildlife ranger from the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection was called in to have a look.

But he found nothing.

The club has put up crocodile warning signs to remind golfers to be careful in case the croc decides to make another appearance.

The signs have been put up along the creek on the first and second tees.


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