Wait, wasn't Tiger Woods supposed to be the star of this party?
The Playgrounds at Bluejack National, a new golf course designed by Woods, was unveiled in Montgomery, Texas, on Wednesday.
And to celebrate the opening, a handful of PGA juniors were invited to tee up and give it a go.
Eleven-year-old Taylor Crozier, introduced as the "man with a perfect school attendance record until today," was the lucky young golfer who got to take the inaugural shot.
And, as it turns out, one shot was all the Corpus Christi player needed.
With Woods watching, Crozier lined up, hit the ball cleanly into the air and then stood awe-struck as it landed and rolled directly into the hole.
The feat sent onlookers into an eruption of excitement and disbelief and earned the junior golfer a hug from the 14-time major winner.
Upon realizing he was next to tee up, Woods playfully exclaimed, "Are you kidding me right now?"