Tiger Woods Witnesses First Hole-In-One at Golf Course He Designed.
By John Holmes When Tiger Woods isn't hitting 9-irons or giving advice to Jason Day, he's helping to break in the new golf course complex he designed at Bluejack National, a new community outside Houston, Texas. Woods was there Wednesday, in fact, for the grand opening of The Playgrounds – a 10-hole loop of par-3 holes that range from 53 to 102 yards in length. A large crowd was on hand for the festivities, which included some kids getting to check out the facilities. One of those kids was 11-year-old Taylor Crozier, who was announced to the crowd as having "perfect attendance in school this year – until today." Young Taylor might have missed some lessons, but safe to say he etched a pretty good chapter into his own personal history. Taylor stepped up to hit the very first shot on the new course – it landed on the green, and spun right into the hole. So the first ace to be recorded at The Playgrounds came o the very first shot struck there – and it happened with Tiger standing right there. The crowd went nuts when the ball disappeared into the cup, and Taylor got plenty of congratulations – including a big bear hug from Tiger. In fact, no one seemed happier than Tiger for the kid's special shot on this very special day.