Jake Paine is only 3, but he knows all about Tiger Woods.
And Monday afternoon, Paine hit a shot that would have made Woods proud.
Paine hit his "Snoopy" driver on the 66-yard sixth hole at Lake Forest Golf and Practice Course and the ball rolled into the cup for a hole in one.
"We have a computer golf game with Tiger Woods playing golf, and when Jake hits his driver, we call it a Tiger shot," said Jake's father, Bill, a teacher at Bergeson Elementary in Laguna Niguel whose family lives in Rancho Santa Margarita.
Bill Paine was playing with Jake and another son, Jordan, 7.
"Once [the ball] hit the fringe of the green and took a turn toward the pin, I thought it had a chance," Bill Paine said. "It rolled about 25 feet, glanced off the pin and dropped in. I think anyone within two miles could have heard me yell, 'It's a hole in one!' "