Keegan Bradley goes all Dufnering on us in middle of fairway during final round of the Tour Championship- Video #Dufnering

Henrik Stenson winning the Tour Championship and the accompanying $10 million first place prize was undoubtedly Sunday’s top story, but the most memorable thing and certainly the most entertaining moment came from a group well out of contention before the day’s play began.

Good buds Keegan Bradley and Jason Dufner were paired together for the final round, a duo that surely was going to be providing entertainment throughout.

First, let’s take a few steps back and recall that “Dufnering” became the ultimate buzz word of the golfing world (heck, even the sports world there for a while) after Jason Dufner was caught on camera at an ill-timed moment during an appearance at a school.  Since then, seemingly every player on Tour has taken to Twitter or other social media outlets to display their very own Dufnering imitations.

On Sunday on the 7th hole at East Lake, Keegan one-hopped his second shot into the cup for an eagle, and yep, went all Dufnering on us right in the middle of the fairway (see video below).  Let’s just say that it was a little better hole-out celebration than what Dufner himself gave us just a couple months back.

The best part about it may have been the quotes after the round, as Keegan said, “I’ve wanted to do it all year…I thought, if I get the chance to do it, I’m going to do it. I didn’t expect to make that shot. I told Duff, I don’t care what happens. That was the highlight of the year for me.”

Duf followed up with an equally awesome quip saying, “It’s pretty sad his highlight of the year involves me.”

For the tourney, Dufner clipped Keegan by one, finishing at -5 and a t-9th, with Keegan at -4 and t-12th.  To cap, when asked what the “Keegan” would be and whether it could go viral, Duf remarked, “No, he’s not that popular.”

Ah, fantastic stuff boys.  Already pumped for next season’s antics!

#Dufnering

Joel Harrington
@joel4deepgolf

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