Club pro makes insane 97-foot putt on first hole at PGA
Johan Kok made the longest putt on the PGA Tour all season in his very first hole at Valhalla.
There are 20 club pros in the 156-man field at the PGA Championship -- a yearly tradition for the PGA -- and one of them made the shot of the tournament so far.
Johan Kok got things rolling (literally) with this 97-foot eagle putt on No. 10 on Thursday to get to 2 under first rattle out of the box.
It's the longest putt on the PGA Tour this year by five feet -- Tiger Woods made a 92-footer earlier this season.
More importantly, it's a memory Kok can file away forever.
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