Dufnering can't be stopped, now found on mud flaps.
By Keely Levins
Back in March, Jason Dufner was photographed at the Salesmanship Youth and Family Center in Dallas sitting comfortably, leaned back, hands tucked under his legs, wearing an expression that fell somewhere between dazed and bored. This picture, as with most excellent things that find their way onto the internet, sparked a pretty big response.
The pose became a verb, and PGA and LPGA Tour players like Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, and Paula Creamer posted pictures of themselves 'Dufnering.'
Dufnering has been documented pretty much everywhere: in hotel lobbies, in front of personal trophy cases, on golf courses, and now: on mud flaps.
-- Evil Cam Newton (@evil_cam_newton) November 25, 2013
This photo was tweeted out by '@Evil_Cam_Newton,' who claims to be the Panther quarterback's sinister evil twin (a different issue, for a different time). The mud flaps were spotted on an RV parked in Auburn, home of Dufner's beloved alma mater.
To say the least, it's been a solid year for Dufner. He won the PGA Championship, and now he has an accidental franchise building before his eyes. Keep it up the good work.