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Youth Olympics: Canadian golfer fires hole-in-1

Sixteen-year-old Canadian golfer Tony Gill made history Tuesday in China with the first hole-in-one ever at the Youth Olympic Games.

Tony Gill aces 164-yarder

Tony Gill of Canada surprised even himself at the Youth Olympic Games with this historic shot. 0:37

Sixteen-year-old Canadian golfer Tony Gill made history Tuesday in Nanjing, China with the first hole-in-one ever at the Youth Olympic Games.

Gill, who used a seven-iron to ace the 164-yard third hole, said it was the first hole-in-one of his career.

"This is definitely a special moment for me," he said.

Gill was tied for fifth after the opening round, three shots off the lead.

Golf is making its Youth Olympics debut at these Games.

CBCSports.ca is streaming highlights of the Youth Olympics daily at 11 a.m. ET and 6 p.m. ET until the closing ceremony on Aug. 28.

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