Tiger upstaged by 11-year-old

Taylor Crozier, an 11-year-old boy, somehow manufactured an ace in front of a golf-starved Tiger Woods in the inaugural tee shot at Bluejack National’s The Playgrounds.

Bluejack National is a world-class private golf club located in Montgomery County near Houston. Comprised of 755 acres of rolling hills and beautifully wooded countryside, the course provides the perfect setting for a truly unique golf experience.

Tiger, as the designer, used the spectacular setting to create a classic golf challenge with limitless variety and shot-making opportunities.

While the championship lay-out is more for the serious golfer, the grounds also hold a short course that caters largely for hackers who are simply after a good time. No need to explain why it has been called The Playgrounds then!

At the official opening of the nine-hole par-three track, Crozier sent the large gathering of spectators into delirium when he recorded an ace on the very first hole.

While the hole only plays 81 yards, the act would still surely have left a shocked Woods desperate to get back out there himself and draw similar roars of approval from the sizable galleries that have followed him his entire career.

Crozier’s reward was a hug from the 14-time major winner as well as a tweet that made the youngster’s achievement known to his 5.56 million followers.