Jason Dufner is facing perhaps the most pressure-packed and nervy 36-hole stretch of his career. Dufner admitted on Friday night that he was a bit nervous standing over his final two birdie putts, knowing he needed just one to drop in order to set the majors scoring record. He's also a player who has led this PGA Championship before, but gave a five-shot margin away in four holes to eventually lose in a playoff to Keegan Bradley in 2011.
With that past slip-up and his own admission last night, things have to be a little tense for the Duf at the start on Saturday. So how's he dealing with it? By apparently putting an entire tin in his bottom lip:
It led to a funny exchange between Nick Faldo and Ian Baker-Finch, who giggled out "He's got it loaded it up today!" An Englishman and an Aussie trying to make sense of an Auburn man and his vices was quite entertaining.