"You can't leave a birdie/eagle putt short!" It's one of the most common sayings of a weekend golfer, but rarely do we want to yell the same thing at a pro. Such was the case at the PGA Championship, though, when Dufner had a chance to do something no golfer had ever done: shoot a 62 in a major championship. But after a brilliant approach to about 15 feet, Dufner looked like a weekend golfer when his attempt at history came up woefully short. From that range, Brandt Snedeker, who might be the game's best putter, says you should give all your putts a chance to drop
. Of course, Dufner wound up winning his first major that week, but he'd love to have that one back.