03/21/2015 01:43 EDT | Updated 05/21/2015 05:59 EDT

Daniel Berger makes the first albatross in Bay Hill tournament history

ORLANDO, Fla. - Daniel Berger holed out with a 4-iron from 237 yards on the par-5 sixth hole for the first albatross in Bay Hill history.

Berger's shot Saturday narrowly cleared the rocks that separate the green from the lake. It landed on the fringe and trickled into the cup for a 2. He raised his arms to celebrate. The Arnold Palmer Invitational has been at Bay Hill since 1979, and no one ever made a 2 on a par 5.

It was the first albatross on the PGA Tour since Trevor Immelman last year in the Travelers Championship.

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