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Golfer catches high-speed chase on camera while golfing at Village Green Golf Course Tuesday night

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Moorhead, MN (WDAY TV) - A high speed chase through the metro lands on man in jail, a golf course grounds crew with extra cleanup; and one golfer with some pretty spectacular scene video. 

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Cody Fuller was golfing in Moorhead, and was able to capture the chase on camera; where 33-year-old Kendall Feist of Bismarck led police all over the F-M area, including right through greens and fairways at Village Green.

You can still see the spot Feist made his way from the street. Through this field, then right onto Village Green's golf course, with several police chasing him.

But luckily one golfer quickly pulled out his cell phone, and caught it all on tape.

Take a look.

Cody Fuller/Shot Chase Video: "My eyes got about the size of golf balls."

Hearing about a high speed chase is one thing; but seeing it,

Mike Schroeder/Village Green Asst. Superintendent: "Saw the video, yep."

Is really something else.

Fuller: "I looked at my wife and I told her, I was like that's my video, I took that."

Cody Fuller was definitely in the right place, at the right time.

Fuller: "All the lights and sirens were going."

He was golfing at Village Green Tuesday night, when he found himself smack dab in the middle of a car chase.

Fuller: "Turned around and he jumped the ditch and got on the course and I guess chaos just broke loose after that."

The driver plowed through fairways and greens with police trailing behind, a helicopter overhead, and golfers gawking in disbelief. 

Schroeder: "Yeah it was pretty crazy, especially for the golfers out here to see that coming down."

Fuller: "There were people running. I could see in the distance people scattering and running all over the place."

Now golfers are back out and grounds crews are cleaning up what he ruined.

Michael Beyer/Fargo: "Looks like we're just coming up on some tracks now. Looks like if he would've went a little faster, he would've got some water.”

Schroeder: "I was surprised at how not damaged it was. I was expecting worse."

While Cody carries the intense images he captured from the night before.

Fuller: "I'm still kind of in shock about it. Living around here you don't see something like that every day."

Beyer: "Should've been on the driving range huh?"

Grounds crew members say aside from planting some grass seed; cleanup is pretty much completed.

They're thankful the damage wasn't more extensive, and more importantly, everyone playing here last night was safe.

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Kay Cooley
Kay Cooley came to WDAY 6 News in September of 2012. She was born in a suburb of Chicago then made her home in Hershey, PA. Kay graduated from Northwestern University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in journalism. At Northwestern, Kay was a member of the Division I Women’s Swim Team and a reporter for the Northwestern News Network on campus. Before coming to WDAY, Kay was working for KVRR in Fargo and interned at ABC27 in Harrisburg, PA. When she’s not out in the field reporting, Kay enjoys being active and spending time with friends and family. If you have story ideas, questions or just want to say hello, feel free to email Kay at kcooley@wday.com.
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