We're just hours away from the 2018 Master's tournament getting underway from Augusta National Golf Club... and while the four-day event hasn't official started yet, there's already been a big highlight moment.
During Wednesday's Masters Par 3 contest, legendary golfer and six-time Master's champion Jack Nicklaus let his grandson, Gary, who was caddying for him, tee off on the final hole.
It ended up being the last shot of the day for Team Nicklaus...
Word is that this was Gary's first hole-in-one ever, a clearly emotional moment for both him and his grandfather.
Jack Nicklaus just said his grandson' s hole in one his most memorable moment in golf.— frank boal (@realfrankboal) April 4, 2018
Think about that for a minute.
AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 04: A flag blows in the breeze during a practice round prior to the start of the 2018 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 4, 2018 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)