Tiger Woods watches as a 10-year-old opens his new golf course with a hole-in-one

Tiger Woods opened Bluejack National on Wednesday, his new golf course outside of Houston, and one young golfer helped him break the course in, and he did it in style.

The Playgrounds at Bluejack National is designed to be a fun par-3 course. According to Woods, the focus of the course “is on fun and family.” 10-year-old Taylor Crozier was one of two local children selected to play the inaugural round with Woods.

Crozier had the honour of hitting the first shot ever at the course, on the 81-yard first hole. Crozier, who was introduced as having a perfect attendance record at school “until today,” drained it for a hole-in-one.

Here is the shot.

The crowd went nuts, and Crozier even got a big hug from Tiger.

When you can make Tiger Woods do this, you are having a good day on the golf course.

As for Tiger and his health. While he did play with the children, it doesn’t look like he was taking any full swings. He actually teed off with a putter.

Here is the entire sequence, via Bluejack National.

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