Jason Dufner does a great sheep impression for 2015 PGA Championship
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Jason Dufner does a great sheep impression for 2015 PGA Championship

Jason Dufner does a really good sheep impression. That's what we learn, among other things, in a video hyping pre-registration for 2015 PGA Championship tickets.

The video places Dufner in the golf shop at Whistling Straits, site of the '15 tournament, with the reigning champion asking for a tee time on Championship Sunday. (Dufner asks for the 2 p.m. tee time. That's presumably Central time since he teed off in the final pairing with Jim Furyk at Oak Hill last year at 2:55 p.m. Eastern.)

Questioned by counter staff, Dufner explains why, then pulls out a cardboard cutout of himself. Then, after an interlude with some sheep on Whistling Straits (a Pete Dye hallmark, harkening back to TPC Sawgrass' original sheep), Dufner returns holding a sheep headcover and does his magical impression.

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