With only two holes to go at the Puerto Rico Open, Andrew Loupe probably thought he'd seen everything. And then this happened.
While his ball was laying on the green at the 16th hole, a scaly intruder came out of the brush and made his move. After taking a few chomps at the ball, the PGA Tour's first iguana putter ran back to the wilderness.
Loupe would par the hole and finish tied for 12th at the tournament.
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