Sydney’s Liverpool golf Club has a brand new water feature courtesy of a light plane crash.
Our new water feature on the 10th hole pic.twitter.com/WtW3VLHb3m
— Liverpool Golf Club (@Liverpool_GC) July 21, 2016
The ABC have reported that a light plane had to make an emergency landing this afternoon with engine failure and finished up in the lake next to the 10th hole at the Liverpool Golf Club in Sydney’s south-west.
Three people have escaped injury after a light plane they were travelling in made an emergency landing on a golf course in Sydney’s south-west and ended up in a lake.
Emergency services are at the Liverpool Golf Club in Lansvale where the aircraft ditched into the small manmade lake on the course.
An Ambulance NSW spokesman said none of the three people on board appeared to be injured.
I’ve found it difficult to avoid this water hazard myself when playing the 10th hole, I’m not surprised others have found it equally difficult to stay out of. Small planes included.
— Stephanie Dalzell (@steph_dalzell) July 21, 2016