Although Jason Dufner may not be in the media as much these days, he’s still one of the cooler guys on Tour.
The lip-packing, easy going, social media troll better known as Duff Daddy, just won the Memorial Tournament, making this his first win since the Career Builder Challenge in 2016. Many people probably the name Jason Dufner from the craze he started by sitting down with his legs out, that many other professional golfers copied, but more on that later.
Dufner isn’t even close to being the best golfer on Tour, but with this win, he bumped himself from 67th in the Official World Golf Ranking to 27th. Not bad for one win, and with the U.S. Open approaching, his ranking could spike even more.
So, why is the Duf man the most underrated player on Tour? Because he’s a bro, he handles every situation with an easy going attitude, he can laugh at himself and others, and he’s a constant oldie but goodie. But wait.. there’s more..
Proof that it's all about who you know. Image Source: Euro Sport
2001, England 5-1 Germany
It's always sweet when you get one over on your bitter rivals - but when it's England beating Germany, there's just something extra special about that.
In an absolute demolition, Steven Gerrard featured with a lovely goal from outside the box to give The Three Lions the lead. Sweet, sweet victory once again.
Johan must've demanded a DNA test after seeing Jordi's time at Old Trafford. Image Source: Sportal NZ
Juan Sebastian Veron
Doesn't deserve to have such a cool name. Image Source: YouTube
Would've been voted 'most likely to work in a library' by his school class. Image Source: Squawka
Still trying to work out how he went on to be a world-class striker. Image Source: Goal
A chubby Peter Andre impersonator. Image Source: talkSPORT
We blurred the image to avoid giving any of our readers nightmares. Image Source: thesportbuzz
Richardson isn't worthy of celebrating with someone as renegade as Larsson. Image Source: The Sun
The defining moment
Fate can be a cruel mistress, as Gerrard would learn when his ill-timed tumble allowed Demba Ba to run through on goal in Liverpool's season-defining clash with Chelsea.