Cody Gribble took on a gator on Thursday at Bay Hill. (Getty Images) On Thursday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Cody Gribble straddled the line between bravery and insanity as he strolled down a fairway at Bay Hill, approaching an alligator from behind and giving it a love tap on the tail. Fortunately for Gribble, the gator was spooked by Gribble’s touch, and it jumped right into the nearby water hazard.
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This alligator was minding its own business, soaking up some rays on the edge of the fairway at the Arnold Palmer invitational on Thursday, when Golfer Cody Gribble went out of his way to nudge it into the water. Read more...
CODY GRIBBLE HAD AN ALLIGATOR ENCOUNTER in the opening round of the 2017 Arnold Palmer Invitational."The gator looked like he needed some exercise," Gribble said. "If you think that's crazy, you should meet my father, Bill Gribble."