Dufner put on a ball-striking display the entire week at Oak Hill, but we'll focus on the shot that really jumpstarted his tournament. Dufner landed a wedge about 20 feet past on No. 2, spinning it back into the hole for an unlikely eagle. He'd go onto make five more birdies in the round to shoot 63, matching the lowest round ever shot in a major championship. Dufner kept attacking pins after that. Three more near hole outs on Sunday secured him a first major trophy.