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The rodents keep their eyes on the balls that land on Riverside's fairways, then dart out to grab them and run.
The squirrels' thieving ways are so common that Riverside has a special course rule.
Wilder said a player can replace his ball without penalty if fellow golfers agree where it landed on the fairway.
More here [canada.com].
Otherwise it's The Invasion of The Golf Balls Snatchers!
I saw this other one Squirrels' golf-ball mania stumps experts [canada.com].
Golf balls may look like mushrooms to the squirrels
Andrew McAdam, who did his PhD in red squirrel genetics at the University of Alberta, is now an assistant professor of evolutionary ecology at Michigan State University.
I am curious of what kind of fix they will find.