Brooke Henderson's first round score of 4-under-par 67 was good enough for the lead at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. But after the round most of the questions she received were about the 13th hole.
Why? Because Henderson, the 18-year-old rookie from Ontario, aced the 152-yard par three which earned her a new Kia K900 automobile.
After seeing the ball go in the hole, Henderson celebrated with her older sister and caddie Brittany, but they didn't realize the prize they had won.
"We forgot about the car behind us," Brittany said, "but as we were walking up to the hole, Haru Nomura’s caddie said, `You know, that’s a car hole,’ and so we had to celebrate again."
Brooke said after the round that she would be giving the car to her sister.
“All year, I have walked up on the practice rounds and said, `See that car, if I get it, it's yours,’” Brooke said. “I didn't say it this week, but she ends up getting it.”
Brittany responded as only an older sister would. "I'm waiting to see if I actually get the keys."
Later on Thursday night, the Henderson sisters confirmed the exchange on Brooke's Twitter. She wasn't hesitant to share the credit for the ace either, adding in the caption, "Thanks for the right yardage, sis."