National Geographic : 1934 Aug
Photograph from Topical Press A GOLFER'S NIGHTMARE IS THE "ANT HILL" COURSE IN CENTRAL AFRICA Natural bunkers as big as houses rise on every hand. They are termite nests-120 of them-guarding the fairway like mountains inminiature. Some are even used as tees, although it takes considerable climbing ability to get to the top. The man at the right, with two black caddies near him, has sliced into one ofthe insect-erected hazards. American greenskeepers, bothered by the castings and sand cones of common ants (see Color Plate II), may consider such trials asthese and take heart.