Dufnering lives on thanks to Keegan Bradley hole-out celebration
If you thought the whole "Dufnering" phenomena was on fumes, think again.
Jason Dufner's good buddy and fellow PGA Champion Keegan Bradley paid homage -- we think -- to Dufner with this hysterical celebration at the Tour Championship on Sunday after holing out an approach shot from 170 yards out on East Lake's fourth hole.
Typically when a player holes out from any distance, we've become accustomed to the high fives and enthusiastic fist pumps. Bradley, however, took it where no player has gone before. Rather than get all riled up, Bradley simply sat on the ground in the position that's become famously known as "Dufnering."
This while Dufnering thing just never gets old.
On Monday morning, Keegan Bradley (@Keegan_Bradley
) tweeted the video of his Dufnering stunt to the man himself with this message:
T.J. Auclair is a Senior Interactive Producer for PGA.com and has covered professional golf since 1998, traveling to over 60 major championships. You can follow him on Twitter, @tjauclair .