MUST SEE: The first hole-in-one in LIV history!

American golfer Matthew Wolfe scored the first hole-in-one in the history of LIV Circuit youth Friday at the tournament held in Boston, Massachusetts.

Watch the achievement in the video above, taken from our TV broadcast.

This ultimate feat was the precursor to the success of the California athlete, who took the lead after being the only one to subtract seven strokes from a 70-stroke average.

In front of a crowd of ecstasy, the California athlete jumped a shot at the second pennant, from 178 yards, right into the bottom of the cup after making small jumps.

Wolff’s last ace was on November 14, 2021, at the PGA’s Shell Houston Open.

He achieved this achievement in his third participation in a circular championship, funded by the Saudi Public Investment Fund. At the end of July, he tied for second place in the Bidminster event, weeks after finishing eighth in the Portland competition.

Wolf’s team, Hy Flyers GC, is first in the standings in Boston. Phil Mickelson (+4), Cameron Tringale (+1), Bernd Wiesberger (-4) and Wolff all have a cumulative card of -11.

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Behind the leader of the singles ranking, the new LIV circuit star, Cameron Smith, shone in his prime. He returned a 64 (-6) card to finish second, and tied with Talor Gooch and Joaquin Niemann.

A quarter of the 48 golfers competing is above average. Among the biggest hitters in action, Kevin Na (66) and Louis Ooosthuizen (66) held on during the race’s climax, while Patrick Reed (69), Bryson DeChambeau (69) and Brooks Koepka (70) got off to a humble start.

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The winner of this competition will receive a purse of 4 million dollars, while the winning team will share 3 million dollars.

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The second and third rounds will be broadcast on TVA Sports 2 on Saturday and Sunday.

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