Emotional qualifier birdies first-ever hole on PGA Tour at Valspar Championship

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Michael Visacki qualified for his first PGA Tour event at this week’s Valspar Championship. It was an emotional moment for the 27-year-old as he informed his parents of his professional breakthrough. You can read more about his journey as chronicled by Brentley Romine.

Thursday, just past 9 a.m. ET, Visakcki teed off on the par-5 first on the Copperhead Course. His Tour debut started with a perfect, 334-yard drive, a second shot into a greenside bunker, and an up and down for a birdie.

Visaki bogeyed his next three holes, but making birdie on your first hole in your first PGA Tour round is a forever memory.

Here’s a look at his introduction on the first tee and his booming first shot.