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Dufner's waggle works for him

May 21st, 2012
Staff writer / LifeApps Media

Jason Dufner is the man on the PGA tour these days. On Sunday, he rolled in a 25-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to capture the HP Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas. His win comes three weeks after claiming the top prize in the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

Oh, and Dufner, who has one of the most distinct waggles on the tour, is sitting pretty in the FedEx Cup points and has made himself a likely pick for the Ryder Cup team.

Dufner's waggle is not something that golf pros usually teach. But it works for him. The Golf Channel's Michael Breed has a good lesson here on the pros and cons of a waggle. And, here's another look at Dufner's swing from the San Francisco Golf Performance Center.