A pair of eagles on the golf course is always a good thing. At The Bear Trace Golf Course at Harrison Bay, that’s taken on a much different meaning.
Located just outside Chattanooga, Tenn., the course is currently home to a pair of American bald eagles who are nesting in a tree in anticipation of hatching eaglets.
Course superintendent Paul Carter found the eagles – named Elliott (male) and Eloise (female) by those at Bear Trace – and installed a camera nearby, which is now showing live streaming video of the eagles.
The video can be found here.
- Garcia apologizes to Woods; comment 'stupid'
- Tiger: Sergio remark 'hurtful, inappropriate'
- Garcia makes 'fried chicken' Tiger remark
- Sergio sponsor TaylorMade: Comment 'offensive'
- USGA, R&A ban anchored stroke | Explanation
- Infographic: What's legal, illegal | Timeline
- Z. Johnson, Dufner reunited at Colonial | Tee times
- Simpson takes to Twitter, calls for bifurcation
- Clark on ban: 'Not going to roll over and accept this'
- Steele: Expect a player to sue USGA, R&A
- Video: Woods talks Garcia feud | Won't clear air
- Weekly Fix: Exposing a great golf instruction myth