Jason Dufner, one of the best iron players in the world, is dialed in right now at the PGA Championship. Dufner has stuck several approach shots throughout his front nine to either save scrambling pars or set up birdie opportunities. But his best shot of the day came at No. 8, where he nearly sank it for eagle for the second time this week:
It was that kind of a shot on No. 2 on Friday that pushed Dufner into the thick of it, propelling him to a majors scoring record round of 63. That time, he didn't need the putter to tap-in:
The Auburn grad now leads by one at 11-under. WDE.