Club pro makes insane 97-foot putt on first hole at PGA

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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.

h/t SB Nation.

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