An 11-year-old girl made an albatross, two eagles including a hole-in-one and four birdies during a 7-under 65 at the US Kids Golf South American Championship.
Brazil's Gabriela Hitoshi started her round on the 10th hole and birdied the par-5 12th (290 yards) and par-4 13th (200 yards) before making a bogey at the par-4 14th (225 yards).
She then exchanged a birdie at the par-4 16th (210 yards) with a bogey at the par-5 18th (337 yards) to go out in 1-under par.
A bogey at the par-4 first (200 yards) sent her back to level par for the round, but that's when things really started to motor for Hitoshi.
She birdied the par-5 third (320 yards) to get back to 1-under and then aced the par-3 fifth from 90 yards out.
A bogey followed at the par-3 sixth, also from 90 yards, but then Hitoshi did the unthinkable again when holing her second shot to the par-5 seventh measuring 290 yards.
Surely it couldn't happen again at the eighth? But it did.
Hitoshi holed her second shot to the par-4 eighth measuring 190 yards and she parred her final hole to return in 30 strokes and a round of 7-under 65.
Check out the full scorecard below...
Crazy scorecard from U.S. Kids Golf's South American Championship.— Brentley Romine (@BrentleyGC) November 3, 2019
A hole-in-one, albatross, eagle and birdie! pic.twitter.com/uvFuZf8hMC
The par-72 course at Itanhanga Golf Club in Rio de Janeiro measured 3,652 yards - so half the typical yardage of a normal Tour golf course - but still, it's not a bad feat for an 11-year-old!
Hitoshi went on to finish third in her age group over the three-round tournament, finishing five strokes behind winner Almendra Campoverde of Peru.