It's not that often that we see a golfer shoot a double eagle, or what we call an albatross, in a match. But when we do, we're simply impressed by it. That's the case of Russell Knox at the Valspar Championship wherein he had an albatross that happened during the 11th hole par 5 at Copperhead Course in Florida. With the albatross, Knox got back to under par after carding a 2-over including a bogey on the 9. He's also the first golfer to have an albatross in the history of Valspar Championship.