In round one of The Players Championship on the US PGA Tour, the US golfer put his tee shot on the par-3 directly into the hole.
Ryan Moore made a slam dunk ace at the island 17th on Thursday, becoming the ninth player to make a hole-in-one on the island green at the Players.
The Englishman piled up six birdies on the more hard front nine to set a cracking pace with a bogey-free seven-under-par 65 in Ponte Vedra Beach.
And for anyone that travels to Florida to play at TPC, that's the hole that you're shelling out a ton of money to play on. "This is one of the few holes that I can think of that has no bail-out, that has no margin of error, that has no area for recovery", he said in 2007. 'I feel good. I needed last week off.
Now, can you imagine finally getting your shot at the 17th, only to be told at the very last minute you wouldn't be able to tee it up? "If you hit it well like I did today you're going to have chances and you can shoot a score".
Tiger won last year's Tour Championship for his 80th PGA Tour title.
He came close previous year at the U.S. Open, where he finished a stroke behind champion Brooks Koepka after a closing 63. If I can win one event, everything will be easier.
Rory Mc Ilroy carded a five-under par 67
An and Harman matched Fleetwood's seven birdies, but each had a bogey to boot.
This week's Players is Taylor's 11 start at the Tour's flagship event.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the morning was a 74 by world number two Justin Rose, who had a nightmare triple-bogey at his 10th hole, the par-four first.
He set the record for the largest lead after 36 holes, at five-under, and tied the record for most consecutive birdies with six.
Elsewhere, an early contender for shot of the week came from Harris English, who hit a stunning albatross at the 11th.
It's not the first time Woods has asked someone to look at him.