When playing on the PGA Tour, pro golfers deal with all sort of distractions.

Rain, wind, heat, fast greens, slow greens, and slow play.  It's always something different depending on the week.

On Thursday during the 1st Round of the Mexico Open, they had to deal with a different kind of nuisance, one they may not be accustomed to.


South African Erik van Rooyen was just about to hit his second shot when all of sudden he either heard and/or saw the bees coming.  He decided to duck.

His caddie, playing partner Francesco Molinari and his caddie, scorekeeper, Golf Channel TV camera man, audio and PGA Tour officials all hit the deck.

It appeared the swarm flew past the golf and officials without anyone getting stung.

The Ridiculous True Stories of How Lions, Tigers, Bees, Alligators, Goats, Snakes and Beavers in Idaho Made National Headlines

We added to a list from Only In Your State about crazy things animals did in Idaho that made national headlines.

Hudson Valley Honey Bees at Work

Local honey is one of the many delicious local products we enjoy in the Hudson Valley. We are lucky to have a healthy honey bee population and people like the folks at HiveLand NY in Highland, New York keeping them that way. Checkout some of the tools used to make and harvest honey. Plus see a few other items made with some help from the bee.


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