WATCH: One-armed five-year-old golfer takes on Graeme McDowell in par-three challenge

Tommy Morrissey was born with without the lower half of his right arm

Tommy Morrissey is not your average child protege.

The five-year-old golfer plays with only one arm. He was born with the lower limb of his right arm, but that has not stopped him impressing on the golf course.

At last week's Shiners Hospital Open in Las Vegas, Morrissey took part in a challenge with Graeme McDowell, former FedEx Cup winner Billy Horschel and James Hahn in a par-3 challenge.

On all three occasions, Morrissey at least parred the hole, getting his tee-shot within two feet against the former US Open champion McDowell.

Such has been Morrissey's impression on the golfing world, he even got the chance to play with Tiger Woods in 2014. The two took part in a putting contest.

At three-years-old, Morrissey was able to drive the ball 70-yards, with a swing that most most two-armed golfers can only dream of. 

The Florida native looks like he will have a very, very promising future.