In 1970, a 93-year old made a hole in one here, a Guinness record at the time. In 1991, Tiger Woods prowled its fairways during his High School days.
The course was named after Harold George "Dad" Miller who made that famous ace in December 1970 on hole No. 11, a 107-yard par three. Dad Miller was designed by Richard Miller, the son of H.G Dad Miller and opened in 1961.
Tiger Woods frequently played Dad Miller. As a freshman at Western High School, Dad Miller was the home course for the Golf team, The Pioneers. In an effort to help under-privileged children have access to some of the same opportunities that other children had, he donated $5 million dollars towards the construction of the Tiger Woods Teaching Center at Dad Miller. The center is free to youths 8-17 years old, and is open 12 hours a day. The education center specializes in math, language arts, science, tutoring and character development programs.