Every golfer dreams of making a hole-in-one.
But what about making your very first hole-in-one on the grandest, scariest, arguably most intimidating of par-3 stages in golf -- the par-3 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale with a full house taking in the Waste Management Phoenix Open Pro-Am?
Could never happen, right?
Well, it did on Wednesday when amateur Dave Wood turned the trick with a pitching wedge from 147 yards out, playing alongside Kevin Na. Even better? It was caught on tape:
What a shot!
There have only been seven aces on that hole in tournament play since 1990. Jarrod Lyle was the last to do it in 2011:
And, of course, Tiger Woods canned the most famous ace on that hole in 1997:
The only thing we don't envy about this story? Wood's bar tab.