Move over, Tiger Woods.
On Wednesday, 103-year-old golfer Gus Andreone hit a hole-in-one at the Lakes Course at Palm Aire in Sarasota, Florida. According to the Professional Golfers' Association (PGA), Andreone is likely the oldest person to record a hole-in-one, beating out 102-year-old Elsie McLean, who hit a hole-in-one in 2007.
"You do like you do any other time. You tee the ball up and take a club and tee the ball up and take a swing. Just another swing like you do any other time," Andreone said of the hole-in-one, according to Tampa Bay's Fox 13 News. "I just got my arms in the air, just like anyone else would do."
Andreone has been a member of the PGA for over 75 years. A wooden statue of him overlooks the Gus Andreone Practice and Teaching Facility at the Palm Aire Country Club, and the 103-year-old is reportedly in good health.
“I take a spoon of honey every morning in my coffee. Every morning,” Andreone said, according to the PGA. “Before I get out of bed, I do a certain set of exercises that help my knees, back and hips. It works for me.”
With a routine like that, we see a few more holes-in-one in his future.