Sharks a true hazard on golf course in Australia

There's a water hazard at a golf course near Brisbane, Australia unlike any other.

A lake at the 14th hole of the Carbrook Golf Clui is full of -- sharks. They got stuck there as floodwaters from a nearby river receded.

Now, the sharks are being taken care of. They're even breeding, reports News Correspondent Terrell Brown.

Still, says groundskeeper Blaire McLean -- they're not par for the course. "It's alright," he says, as long as "you don't get too close."

Kids used to jump in to retrieve balls hit in the lake. They don't do that anymore - no matter how much money they're offered.