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Eleven-year-old gets hole-in-one with first shot at Tiger Woods’ new course
Tiger Woods is used to getting up-staged by youngsters these days.
And the 14-time major winner was the first to congratulate 11-year-old Taylor Crozier who hit a hole-in-one on Woods' new golf course at Bluejack National in Montgomery, Texas.
Woods, who designed The Playgrounds golf course, watched on as Crozier stepped up to hit the first-ever shot on the course.
It landed left and above the hole before rolling down and into the cup. It sparked wild celebrations from the crowd and earned Taylor a hug from Tiger.
He and his playing partner then went on to beat Woods by three shots.
Former world number one Woods, sidelined from competition since August, said earlier in the week he is feeling "a lot better" as he continues his recovery from back surgeries but has no timetable for his return to competitive golf.
Woods recently posted a video of himself swinging a golf club in an effort to shoot down recent reports that suggested he had endured setbacks during his rehabilitation process.