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Saturday, August 10, 2013

DUFNERING: The Key to Lower Scores!

At least it sure looks that way to me. After all, Jason Dufner set a new record (63) at Oak Hill's East Course and very nearly became the first player ever to shoot 62 at a major.

Here's the original picture that Keegan Bradley tweeted back in March that started the "Dufnering" craze. Clearly, THIS is Jason's secret:


What else could it be? Look at that intense concentration, that steely glare, that masterful command of his body!

In fairness to Dufner, he later tweeted "What can I say, I was tired, my back hurt from sitting on the floor, and we were talking about relaxation and focusing. #dufnering" However, that explanation did nothing to stem the tide of copycat 'dufnerings' tweeted by other golf pros and fans.

But now, Dufnering calmly on top of the leaderboard, it looks like Jason may get the last laugh, doesn't it?

Granted, he's only halfway through the tournament and some big names like Adam Scott, Matt Kuchar, Jim Furyk, Justin Rose, and Henrik Stenson are all within 3 shots. And other potential threats like Steve Stricker, Webb Simpson, Martin Kaymer, and Sergio Garcia are lurking just behind them.

But at least now we all know what Jason's staring at in that original photo. It's the Wanamaker Trophy that escaped him a couple of years ago.... and he's chanting to himself:

"I Wanamaker mine... I Wanamaker mine... I Wanamaker mine..."

If he wins, I just might give Dufnering a try myself.

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