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Raw unbridled emotion from the Duf……NOT!!

By on June 2nd, 2017 in News, Other Sports 3 Comments »

photo: Andy Lyons/Getty images

The Duf is on cruise control at the Jack Nicklaus Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. He has the low round of the day in both the first two rounds, 14 under par for 36 holes with a lone bogey yesterday on 18. He made up for that transgression by dunking one from 176 yards for an Eagle 2 in the same hole today.

I swear the guy has no heartbeat. When most players (me included) would be running around screaming and high fiveing everyone in sight, Jason simply raised his fist, smiled a slight smile and strolled up the fairway. I holed out for an eagle 2 from 160 in my last tournament, and everyone on the course heard me. I swear if he ever needs medical treatment they will have a hard time taking vitals. (Shameless bragging—I won the tournament)

Go to and check out the video of the hole-out. His ho-hum attitude is almost funny. 

He currently has a 6-shot lead going in to the weekend, and he is actually making some putts. He credits better breathing for making a smoother stroke. Hey, whatever gets the ball in the hole. 

Go Duf…War Eagle!!


  1. Acid Reign Acid Reign says:

    ……I’ve never seen a hole in one, life. I used to caddy for my grandad and they were generally happy to get on the green in 5 strokes.

  2. MyAuburn MyAuburn says:

    I have made several twos on par fours and two double eagles (2 on par 5) but never a hole in one.
    Actually made 3 eagle twos with my antique hickory shafted clubs, exciting
    In 1980 I dunked my first ball in a water hazard and holed my next shot for a par. Technically a hole in one but with the water ball it was just a par.

  3. GreenvilleAUfan GreenvilleAUfan says:

    Thanks for the post MyAuburn. We've been down here in Tallahassee focused on the baseball team so it's nice to check the site this morning and read about the Duf doing so well.

    War Eagle to a great Auburn man!