Jason Dufner continues to be a very hard guy not to like. He's laid-back, enjoys his time on and off the golf course and is doing something incredibly classy at next week's British Open.
Dufner, a very proud alumni of Auburn University, is paying tribute to another member of the Auburn family who passed away on June 29. Philip Lutzenkirchen, a 23-year-old member of the 2010 Auburn football National Championship team, died last month after getting in a car accident, and Dufner is paying him tribute by putting his football number on his golf bag for the British Open.
New bag patch showed up, just in time for my departure to the UK.. pic.twitter.com/Tp6Ts25Rqa
— Jason Dufner (@JasonDufner) July 9, 2014
It's a cool move by Dufner and a special one for the whole Auburn family, and just another classy move by the 2013 PGA Championship winner.
Dufner also posted a picture of he and Lutzenkirchen after news came out about the accident.
— Jason Dufner (@JasonDufner) June 29, 2014