On Friday at the PGA Championship Jason Dufner had a chance to make history. Nobody has ever shot a round of 62 in a major championship, but Dufner got to the 18th green with 12 feet for history.
Dufner stood over the putt, had the line right, but left it a foot short of going in. As the old saying goes, you never leave an eagle putt short, and I'm assuming that is also true if you have a putt to make history, but Dufner still shot a course record 63 at Oak Hill and is now leading the PGA Championship after 36 holes.
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