Taylor Crozier's perfect attendance record in school ended on Wednesday for a good reason. The 11-year-old from Corpus Christi, Texas, participated as a junior golfer for the opening of a new course designed by Tiger Woods.
The opening was The Playgrounds at Bluejack National, a family-friendly golf course in Montgomery, Texas. Woods also attended the opening ceremony.
The ceremony featured junior golfers from the South Texas PGA. Crozier had the honor of having the first ever tee on this course during the opening ceremony.
Crozier took his shot at the 80-yard hole on the course's nine-hole junior track. He hit the ball off the tee and the ball went flying down to the hole in a single shot.
Yes, an 11-year-old had a hole-in-one in the first-ever shot in a course designed by Tiger Woods.
The odds of anyone getting a hole-in-one, let alone on the first tee, are very rare. The likelihood of a hole-in-one is 12,000 to 1 for an amateur, 5,000 to 1 for a low handicap, and 2,500 to 1 for a pro.
Bluejack National posted a YouTube video of the amazing shot and showed that the crowd went nuts after he made it. Even Tiger Woods, who hugged Crozier after the shot, was completely stunned.
Woods said in the video, "Are you kidding me right now?"