Boy hits a hole-in-one with Tiger Woods - level 3

Boy hits a hole-in-one with Tiger Woods - level 3

15-03-2016 07:00

“We’ve got a couple of juniors representing the South Texas PGA, that’ve earned the right to play here today with Mr. Woods.”
No pressure here! An eleven-year-old fan hits a hole-in-one in front of golfing legend Tiger Woods. The crowd erupted with applause as Taylor Crozier became the first person to hit a hole-in-one on Woods’s golf course at Bluejack National in Texas. And the prolific athlete was the first to congratulate the boy, running up to him and embracing him with pride.

Woods, who designed the playground’s golf course, watched on as Crozier stepped up to hit the first-ever shot on the course at the par 381-yard first hole. Crowds had flocked to see the little boy putt the ball in front of former World Number One and 14-time major champion. And he certainly didn’t let them down!

Difficult words: PGA (Professional Golfers’ Association of America), applause (loud yelling and clapping), prolific (producing a lot of work), putt (this is supposed to be funny, because putt is “to hit a golf ball lightly”).


Would you try to hit a hole-in-one in golf in front of Tiger Woods?

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