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Man is attacked by a KANGAROO on a golf course in Sydney with cuts to his face, arms and legs

Now that’s a hazard! Golfer is attacked by a KANGAROO in Sydney’s west and rushed to hospital with cuts to his face, arms and legs

  • The golfer was attacked by a resident kangaroo on a course in Sydney’s west
  • Paramedics were called to the course at 1pm to assist the player
  • The man was rushed to hospital with cuts on his face, arms and legs
  • Kangaroos are often found on the premises  and are an attraction for visitors

A kangaroo has attacked a golfer on a course in Sydney’s west leaving him with cuts to his face, arms and legs. 

The 52-year-old received first aid treatment on the Riverside Oaks Golf Resort at 1pm Wednesday.

The man was taken to Sydney’s Westmead hospital for further treatment and is now in stable condition, according to 7 News.  

A man was attacked by a kangaroo on a golf course in Sydney’s west and was rushed to the hospital with cuts to his face, arms and legs (pictured)

He was given first-aid treatment at the golf course before he was brought over to Sydney's Westmead hospital (pictured) for further treatment

He was given first-aid treatment at the golf course before he was brought over to Sydney’s Westmead hospital (pictured) for further treatment

It is unclear as to how the incident unfolded and what provoked the kangaroo to attack the man.  

Mobs of eastern gray kangaroos can be found in the premises of the Riverside Oaks Golf Resort and is known to be an attraction for visitors and guests. 

Golfers are often warned to keep a safe distance from kangaroos as they are still wild animals and can cause serious injury if provoked.

Mobs of eastern gray kangaroos can be found in the premises of the Riverside Oaks Golf Resort and is known to be an attraction for visitors and guests (pictured)

Mobs of eastern gray kangaroos can be found in the premises of the Riverside Oaks Golf Resort and is known to be an attraction for visitors and guests (pictured)

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