After more than 60 years of playing golf, a 92-year-old Florida man, who is legally blind, made a hole-in-one for the first time, the St. Petersburg Times reported.
"It was my first hole-in-one, and I never saw it," Leo Fiyalko told the newspaper. "I was just trying to put the ball on the green."
Fiyalko, who suffers from an eye condition called macular degeneration, isn't making a big deal about the accomplishment, but his friends certainly are.
The Twilighters Club golf group gave him at a plaque during a recent ceremony with a picture of the hole, the newspaper reported.
Fiyalko has no vision in his left eye and only uses his peripheral vision in his right eye, the newspaper said.