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Latest Jim Furyk Items
Jason Dufner finally cracked a smile, and gave a slight pump of the fist, saving all that emotion for a big occasion. He won the PGA Championship.
The pose was a familiar one for Jim Furyk _ buckled over as if he'd taken a punch in the gut, barely able to watch the flight of the ball.
No Dufnering on this day.
The final moments Saturday at Oak Hill brought out more emotion as big putts kept falling in the PGA Championship, with one big difference. These putts were for par.
Rory McIlroy's chip for birdie on No. 18 dropped into the hole, and he dropped to a crouch with a fierce fist pump.
If golf really is a game of misses, Jim Furyk was having one of those days where he didn't miss much.
Canadian journeyman David Hearn is one stroke back after starting with a 66. Four players, including Matt Kuchar, are at 67. Tiger Woods finished with a double-bogey for a disappointing 71.
Maybe one reason Tiger Woods isn't that impressed by anyone shooting 59 is that he's already done it.
In the dark, head-to-head, 11 shots clear of the pack, from rooftops and in every other conceivable way, Tiger Woods has dominated at Firestone Country Club.