Revenge Of The Turkeys

Photo from Silicon Angle

It’s not rare to site a turkey or two on our Allister Mackenzie or Arcade golf courses here at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex, and at times it may feel like you’re having a revenge of the Turkeys moment. Unquestionably, you get an Alfred Hitchcock film vibe if you visit the Mackenzie Sports Bar and Grille Happy Hour before your first tee. Indeed, our regular golfers have a good turkey tale to pull out of their back pocket to split your side. What better time to share your story than on “turkey day’ aka Thanksgiving? We found a few videos to tell you that you are not alone. Check out a few Golfer vs. Turkey videos below.

“Vengeance Is Mine” sayeth the turkey.

Yet another thing to be grateful for on Thanksgiving; surviving an attack by a wild turkey.

Video From Golf Now (Click Image To Watch)

Don’t Bring A Golf Club To A Turkey Fight

Also…. just don’t fight a turkey.

Video From @Foreplaypod (Click Image To Watch)

That Awkward Moment When You Put Something In A Safe Place Then Forget Where That Safe Place Is


Video from Golf Channel (Click Image To Watch)

Just Act Bigger Than The Bear

Disclaimer: May not work on a turkey

Video From Nancy D. Brown (Click Image To Watch)

Turkeys have not gotten their fair shake over the Thanksgiving years. They have a right to be a bit ruffled and sick and tired of being sick and tired. They are a sight to behold, especially in the right mood lighting on the course; they are downright majestic. Clear throat. Transition. That concludes our Revenge Of The Turkey video blog. How could we wrap this up? In the utmost soppiest sentimental way, we can, of course. We have so much to be grateful for, turkeys. We hope this made you laugh and did not trigger you in any way. And last but not least. Happy Thanksgiving.

One of our feathery friends on Mackenzie course strutting his or her stuff.

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