Have You Seen This? Inaugural drive on Tiger Woods' golf course is hole-in-one

(Bluejack National/YouTube)

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MONTGOMERY, Texas — Talk about a perfect start.

An 11-year-old boy from Corpus Christi, Texas, was the first golfer to test out legend Tiger Woods' course "The Playgrounds." Created by Tiger Woods Design as part of the Bluejack National course in Montgomery, the 10-hole course is described as "the kind of place where parents and grandparents can share their love of the game with other members of the family," according to the website.

In a video depicting the inaugural event, young Taylor Crozier sunk a hole-in-one with Woods watching.

As someone who experiences extreme, knee-shaking anxiety during moments of performance, I am in extreme awe of Taylor's composure. The PGA junior just calmly handled the 81-yard, par-3 challenge with ease, getting a major bear hug from the course's creator for his trouble.

Just keep Taylor's cool in mind next time you face a big moment, whether you're giving a presentation at school or playing a piano solo at church. If an 11-year-old can nail it on the first try, so can you.

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