VIDEO: Tiger Woods thrilled by boy's hole-in-one

Posted at 7:07 AM, Mar 03, 2016

An 11-year-old boy thrills Tiger Woods by making a hole-in-one on the very first shot at new golf course Woods designed.

A grand opening was held Wednesday for The Playgrounds, a 10-hole par three course. The course is part of Bluejack National, a new community located near Houston, Texas.

All the holes on the course range from 53 to 102 yards in length.

Woods was personally on hand for the grand opening where some kids got to try out the new course.

One of those kids, 11-year-old Taylor Crozier, was chosen to play a round with Woods.

On the very first shot ever at The Playgrounds, Crozier hit his tee shot to just left of the cup. The ball then spun right into the hole.

The crowd on hand for the grand opening went wild. Tiger gave Taylor a big bear hug for his amazing shot.

The memories did not end there for the 11-year-old. Taylor and his playing partner, Ceci Lococo, both ended up beating Woods by three shots. All three signed the scorecard which will make a great memento that Taylor likely will cherish for his entire life.