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Buck your ideas up! Angry deer lock horns on a Spyglass Hill green

An incredible video has emerged of two angry bucks butting heads on an unidentified green (possibly at the 11th hole) at Spyglass Hill Golf Course in Pebble Beach, USA, last week.

The awesome video was recorded by Mike Mooney, a sales director who was casually going about his round when he came across the astonishing scene below.

The Del Monte Forest is a hive of activity for wildlife, namely deer, although usually they are seen in a more placid state grazing quietly about the greens.

However, something clearly had these two bucks irritated. Perhaps they’d backed different golfers? All we know is that we feel sorry for the groundskeepers who will have to remove hoof marks from the turf and un-rake those bunkers following their Herculean battle for supremacy!

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