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Golf Australia Express : April 2013-The Masters
AND 'DUFNERING' WAS BORN A SEEMINGLY innocuous photo of Jason Dufner sitting in a school classroom has become an online Twitter sensation. Dufner––known for showing little emotion at the best of times–– visited a school in Dallas and was snapped with a vacant look on his face while sitting against a wall [pictured left]. Unfortunately for him, his PGA buddies got hold of it, uploaded it to Twitter, and the act of “Dufnering” has now entered sporting vernacular. Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler and Rory McIlroy [bottom, left to right] got into the act by posting images via Twitter of them 'Dufnering'. Even D.A Points got into a 'Dufnering' pose after winning the Shell Houston Open on Sunday [below]. OTG OGILVY OUT OF AUGUSTA HENRIK Stenson, Frederick Jacobson and Richard Sterne have scraped into The Masters field. Stenson earned his spot after jumping into the world top 50 after he finished T2 at the Shell Houston Open on Sunday. The big loser from Houston was Australia's Geoff Ogilvy, who started the week ranked No.50 but slipped to No.55 and misses out on an invitation to Augusta National for next week’s major opener. OTG AROUND THE TRAPS SOUNDING GOOD HERE’S a partnership that sounds all right. The PGA Tour’s China arm has signed a three-year deal with audio equipment manufacturer Bose. The agreement is the first corporate sponsorship with exclusive rights the Tour has made outside of the USA and will allow Bose to use the PGA and Champions Tour logos to promote products in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau.