Watch Jason Dufner hole out for eagle during record-setting round

By Dan McDonald
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2013 PGA Champion Jason Dufner has flown a bit under the radar this season, but he has only missed two cuts in 14 events and has finished in the top 25 nine times.

If he continues to have the hot hand this weekend, he will add his fifth career PGA Tour victory to that list of season accomplishments.

Dufner completed a bogey-free round of 65 during Friday's action at the Memorial Tournament to set the tournament 36-hole scoring record, thanks in part to this incredible shot on the 18th hole (his ninth of the day).

From 175 yards out, Dufner looked to improve upon the bogey from Thursday's round and did so in a big way, playing his shot off the slope to the back left of the pin and rolling it in for eagle.



Midway through Friday's play, Dufner holds the lead in the clubhouse at 14-under, six shots clear of Rickie Fowler who shot a bogey-free 66 on Friday to move up the leaderboard.

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