Dufner takes two-stroke lead in PGA Championship
On demand, during a television interview after the round, Dufner did briefly crack a smile. That played into his flat-line image, burnished by a widely viewed photo of him sitting among students at the Salesmanship Youth and Family Center in Dallas. Dufner sat on the floor with legs outstretched, hands at his side and a staggeringly blank stare on his face. The pose instantly took on a title: Dufnering.
He insisted Friday that, internally, he is “probably like anybody else. You are trying to be out here winning a tournament, trying to hit good shots. There are some nerves out there.”
To be sure, nerves burdened him when he lost a five-shot lead to Keegan Bradley at the 2011 PGA.
“It would have been pretty cool to see a 62 posted,” Kuchar said. That would have been about as rare as seeing Dufner get demonstrative.
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