DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – At age 72, the former president’s still got it.

In an Instagram post, George W. Bush said he scored his first ever hole-in-one Wednesday afternoon and that it was at Dallas’ own Trinity Forest Golf Club.

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“With coaching from @thebushcenter CEO Ken Hersh and board members Mike Meece and Bill Hickey, I scored my first hole-in-one at the home of our Warrior Open and the @attbyronnelson,” the 43rd president said.

The Dallas golf range is home to the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament and the Bush Institute’s Warrior Open, which honors men and woman who were injured while serving the country.

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The PGA tournament takes place this year from May 9 to May 12 and also raises money for the Momentous Institute that helps build and repair social emotional health in children.

What’s the next goal for the former president?

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“Next golf goal: live to 100 so I can shoot my age,” he said in the Instagram post.