George W. Bush recorded his first ever hole-in-one Wednesday at 72

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Former President George W. Bush, seen here ahead of the first round of the 2017 Presidents Cup, recorded his first career hole-in-one on Wednesday in Dallas. (Stan Badz/PGA TOUR)
Former President George W. Bush, seen here ahead of the first round of the 2017 Presidents Cup, recorded his first career hole-in-one on Wednesday in Dallas. (Stan Badz/PGA TOUR)

Recording a hole-in-one is no easy feat — and is something many players never accomplish.

Former President George W. Bush, however, doesn’t have to wait any longer to join the elite club of golfers.

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Bush recorded his first ever hole-in-one on Wednesday at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, which will host the AT&T Byron Nelson later this year. The 72-year-old, playing with The Bush Center CEO Ken Hersch and board members Mike Meece and Bill Hickey, proudly shared a photo from the No. 12 green on Instagram.

According to Trinity Forest’s member scorecard, No. 12 — the 18-handicap hole on the course — plays 164 yards from the white tees, 205 yards from the blue tees and 250 from the tips.

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Congrats, Dubya. Now, good luck on your next golf goal.

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