S. Fla. Boy, 10, gets hole-in-one

Third known hole-in-one in history of U.S. Kids Golf Miami Local Tour

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Ernesto Perabeles of Miami recorded the third known hole-in-one in the history of the U.S. Kids Golf Miami Local Tour, striking a 6-iron straight onto the green and into the cup.

Perabeles stepped to the eighth tee at Biltmore Golf Course, originally intending to use his 5-iron, but his caddie, Tanya, suggested a 6-iron. This turned out to be a great choice, as his ball stopped just short of the hole and then fell into the cup.

Perabeles did not even realize it until he got to the green.

"I got to the green and thought my ball was missing," he said. "I went to check and there it was!"

Perabeles finished two shots off the lead and is currently tied for sixth in his age group in the Miami Local Tour.

The other town holes-in-one in the Miami Local Tour were recorded by Sebastian Barcia in 2009 and Jason Nelms in 2010.