Daniel Berger drains 100-foot eagle at the Hero World Challenge
By Sky Sports Golf
Last Updated: 30/11/17 7:40pm
Daniel Berger holed one of the longest putts of the year on the PGA Tour during the opening round of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
The world No 28, making his debut in the invite-only event, struggled for consistency in breezy conditions at the Albany but produced some flat-stick magic on his front nine.
Playing alongside Patrick Reed, Berger birdied the par-four first but slipped down the leaderboard with bogeys at the fourth and the sixth.
Berger went to attack the driveable par-four seventh off the tee, although saw his effort finish a few yards short of the green.
Electing to putt from the fairway, Berger found the perfect line and pace as he saw his ball find the centre of the cup from the best part of 100 feet.
Watch the video above to see Berger's monster eagle! Don't forget the Hero World Challenge is live throughout the week live on Sky Sports Golf.