WATCH: Bear cubs goof around on southern Alberta golf course

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WATCH: A couple of bear cubs play around on Waterton Lakes Golf Course, before momma bears stops the goofing around – Sep 1, 2016

It’s not just people who enjoy a leisurely stroll on a bright green golf course – some bears do too.

A video sent to Global News by the Waterton Lakes Golf Course in southern Alberta shows two cubs playing with a pin on one of the greens before mama bear puts a stop to their shenanigans.

Employee Darby Bertsch said she recorded the video on Aug. 5.

“I was driving the beer cart when I came across them,” Bertsch said. “It was the weekend of the Waterton Open tournament.”

READ MORE: Bear safety tips – what to do if you spot a bear

Waterton Lakes is one of four Alberta golf courses travel writer Debbie Olsen has labeled as a hidden gem.

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Also on the list: Crowsnest Pass Golf and Country Club, River Bend Golf Club in Red Deer and Pheasantback Golf Club near Stettler, Alta.

WATCH: Travel writer and golfer Debbie Olsen joins Global Calgary with details on which Alberta golf courses she considers to be hidden gems

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Which Alberta golf courses are hidden gems – Sep 2, 2016

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