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11-Year-Old Makes Ace Playing with Tiger Woods at Bluejack National

11-Year-Old Makes Ace Playing With Tiger Woods

Taylor Crozier, an 11-year-old from Corpus Christi, Texas, made a hole-in-one while playing a round with Tiger Woods on Wednesday at The Playgrounds at Bluejack National.

Taylor Crozier will remember this shot forever.

Crozier, 11, not only recorded a hole-in-one on Wednesday, but he did so in front of Tiger Woods and on the first hole of Woods' course, which, by the way, he was playing with the 14-time major winner to officially open The Playgrounds at Bluejack National.

Woods spent the day at Bluejack -- the site of his first U.S. design, located in Montgomery, Texas -- and gave a press conference in the morning about the course's progress and his health, as he's still rehabbing from back surgery.

Playing the inaugural round on The Playgrounds, a 10-hole short course on the property, was also part of the plan. That's when Crozier, who is from Corpus Christi, Texas, aced the 81-yard par-3 first hole in front of a crowd that went crazy. He was one of two junior golfers representing the South Texas PGA who earned the right to play alongside Woods. (Scott Brown also made an ace while grouped with Tiger at the Wyndham Championship in August.)

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Woods bear-hugged Crozier in amazement, then stood on the tee and said, "Are you kidding me right now?" You can watch the shot and reaction below.

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