11-Year-Old Golfing Ace Takes First Swing on Tiger Woods' New Course, Gets a Hole in One
When Taylor Crozier stepped up to the first tee on Tiger Woods' new golf course, he was the first player to ever do so. And he didn't disappoint.
When 11-year-old Taylor Crozier stepped up to the first tee on Tiger Woods' new golf course, he was the first player to ever do so.
But this golf ace from Corpus Christi, Texas didn't even flinch.
As a video shows, the South Texas PGA junior coolly pulled off a hole in one.
The crowd roared as Taylor's ball rolled into the hole at The Playgrounds at Bluejack National outside Houston, Texas.
Woods, who designed the course, also witnessed the incredible feat at the par-3 hole. With a grin across his face, he opened his arms to the boy and hugged him.
"Are you kidding me right now?" Woods said as the crowd laughed.
Taking the course's inaugural swing wasn't the only first for Taylor that day. Before he made the shot, the announcer said the pint-sized player had a "perfect attendance in school this year – until today."
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