VIDEO: Team USA Dufners to introduce themselves at Junior World Cup
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VIDEO: Team USA Dufners to introduce themselves at Junior World Cup


A team of four American junior male players made their way over to Japan this week to compete in the 2014 Toyota Junior Golf World Cup.

A total of 15 teams competed in the event, and, beforehand, they all introduced themselves by nation in a video that made its way onto YouTube. Each country's foursome had their own unique, somewhat nationalistic way of saying hello, but the American team of Zachard Bauchou, Tyler McDaniel, Austen Truslow and Cameron Young decided to introduce (re-introduce?) the world to Dufnering.


It was by far the best into of the teams, though Norway's decision to tumble their way through their six-letter name was a nice touch.

Most disappointing was the Canadian team that literally just said "Eh?" after their intro.

The Americans placed T-2 in the four-round competition, tied with Norway four behind Argentina.


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