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    A Butterfly Followed Brooks Koepka's Golf Ball In A Storybook Putt

    A beauty β€” the putt and the butterfly!

    The PGA Tour Championship is underway, which means the winner this weekend will walk away with $15 million.

    Tour championship trophy surrounded by flowers
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    Brooks Koepka is one of the many talented golfers in the field, but one moment from Day One might outshine anything he does the rest of the weekend.

    Brooks Koepka swings golf club
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    During a putt for birdie, Koepka's golf ball found a friend in a curious butterfly:

    "Go get it, butterfly!" Chasing in a @BKoepka birdie. πŸ¦‹

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    I say release all the butterflies and be known as the PGA Tour Championship AND a butterfly sanctuary/garden!

    Butterflies flocking in a group
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    Animals are no strangers to golf courses. Plenty of animal friends have found their way onto the links.

    Deer gather on a golf course while caddies look on
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    Some animals are a little more dangerous than butterflies...like alligators. (Don't approach gators, kids.)

    Golfer walks toward gator
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    The all-time golf-animal moment was when a seagull scooped up Brad Fabel's ball and dropped it in the water at TPC Sawgrass.

    Seagull with a golf ball in its mouth
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    There is still golf to play, and hopefully Koepka can harness his "Snow White" powers and get some more magic to climb up the leaderboard.

    Brooks Koepka smiles in golf attire
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    Which do you like more: butterflies or golf? (I like both.) Comment below!