11-Year-Old Makes Hole-In-One on First Shot at Tiger Woods’ New Golf Course


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Taylor Crozier is barely in middle school, but he’s already schooling his elders on the golf course.

The 11-year-old boy from Corpus Christi, Texas, hit a hole-in-one Wednesday on the very first shot on the very first hole of the very first Tiger Woods-designed golf course in the nation.


Crozier made golf’s most difficult shot in front of Woods during the grand opening of his brand new Bluejack National Golf Course in Montgomery, Texas. On the first hole, Crozier stepped up to the tee and sent the ball sailing. It landed just feet away from the hole, then rolled right down the incline and into the cup. The crowd went wild.

“Are you kidding me right now?” Woods yelled after the miraculous shot was made. “The inaugural shot and he holes it.”

Woods was so happy for the boy that he tweeted the video of the shot. Watch it below. There is no word if Nike will sign Crozier.


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