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Ty Satter became the youngest player to hit a hole-in-one at Oxbow Golf and Country Club on Sunday when he aced the 136-yard No. 12 hole. Special to The Forum

Fargo 7-year-old aces Oxbow hole

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Watch out, Tiger Woods.

A Fargo 7-year-old hit a hole-in-one last weekend at Oxbow Golf and Country Club in Oxbow, N.D.

In doing so, Ty Satter became the youngest player to ace a hole at the 35-year-old course.

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Satter, son of former standout North Dakota State University running back Tony Satter, used a driver on the 136-yard No. 12 hole.

"I saw the ball when he hit it, and it looked good," said Tony Satter. "I didn't expect it to go in."

The father said he thought his son's Sunday on the course was finished when the pair stopped at the clubhouse after playing nine holes. But Ty asked his dad to continue.

When the ball fell into the hole, Tony Satter said both he and his son were a little shocked. "Then he started jumping up and down."

"That was cool," Ty said to his dad.

According to Golf Digest magazine, the odds of an average golfer hitting a hole-in-one are 1 in 12,000.

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