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Scottie Scheffler makes miraculous eagle at PGA Championship in 1st hole since becoming father

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Fatherhood is suiting Scottie Scheffler quite well, as he's already making memories as a new dad at the 2024 PGA Championship. 

Scheffler and his wife, Meredith, welcomed a son, Bennett, into the world eight days ago. And Scheffler already has a golf ball he can put in Bennett's nursery after just his second swing since becoming a father. 

Scheffler, winner of four of his last five PGA Tour events, including The Masters, piped his driver down the fairway on hole one to open his round. It gave him a perfect look at the pin, and he took aim with his 9-iron and let it rip. 

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Scottie Scheffler plays a second shot to make an eagle on the first hole during the first round of the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club on May 16, 2024, in Louisville, Kentucky. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

He certainly liked the line of the ball, as he held the finish. Then, the ball gave one bounce on the green before dunking right into the hole for an eagle. 

"Hello, Dad!" CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz said as Scheffler saluted the raucous crowd. 

That gave Scheffler a quick start to the tournament, as he was quickly 2-under for his first round. 

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Shots like this are common for Scheffler these days. And for those who may have questioned his ability to remain locked in with exciting beginnings as a father off the course, he's clearly still at the top of his game. 

Scheffler admitted before the tournament that it was "fairly challenging leaving the house this morning, but I'm here." 

Scottie Scheffler reacts after an eagle on the

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