Imagine being able to say you made a hole-in-one in front of Tiger Woods and then got a handshake and congratulatory "I'm proud of you" message all the age of 11?!
Well that is just what happened for youngster Holden Bautista during the TGR Jr Invitational at The Hay, a par-3 course at Pebble Beach.
The Hay is a golf course that Woods helped design a few years back.
In what appeared like foggy morning scenes, Bautista made the ace and then went wild on the tee box with his playing partners.
The ace was met with cheers and claps from those watching on, which included Woods.
UPDATE: HOLDEN MADE TWO ACES IN ONE ROUND!
HE THEN MOCKED TIGER WOODS ON STAGE!
Kid makes TWO aces in one round then mocks Tiger Woods in hilarious Q&A!— GolfMagic (@GolfMagic) October 9, 2023
In the heartwarming video that you can watch below, Woods gives Holden a handshake and then says: "Congratulations, I'm proud of you."
WATCH THE AWESOME VIDEO HERE
Woods has been seen hitting a number of shots and putts himself during the three-day event at Pebble Beach.
Tiger with some pep in the step pic.twitter.com/r41altgZwy— TWLEGION (@TWlegion) October 8, 2023
#WATCH Tiger Woods & his son Charlie played The Hay short course at Pebble Beach yesterday. Tiger is in town this week for the @TGRLiveEvents JR Invitational & TW Invitational.— NUCLR GOLF (@NUCLRGOLF) October 8, 2023
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It marks the first time that Woods has been seen hitting full shots in the public spotlight since his ankle surgery following The Masters in April.
Golf Channel's Todd Lewis believes there is a good chance Woods could return to competitive action at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas at the end of November.
There is also expectation Woods and his son Charlie will tee it up in the PNC Championship just before Christmas.
What are your expectations for Woods when he returns to the PGA Tour? Has he got another win in him? Can he contend for another major title? Share your thoughts and comments over on the GolfMagic social media channels.