Jason Dufner Invents Dufnering, Gets Mocked By Fellow Golfers

Jason Dufner is most famous for being a professional golfer but his greatest life achievement so far could be for inventing dufnering.

Just what is Dufnering? Well, as defined by no one, it is a verb that refers to a grown man pouting in the corner while he should be entertaining school children.

Dufner recently visited a school in Houston to help the children “learn focus.” But instead of teaching the children with enthusiasm, Dufner was photographed sulking in the corner.

The photo was posted to the internet and, well, now the world can obsess over Dufnering for a little while.

But the cool thing about this pose (as opposed to owling, planking, and every other ridiculous photo fad that has been born on the inrenet) is that Dufnering has some pretty famous fans.

Rory McIlroy said: “It’s the best thing ever. I’ve never had so much entertainment. The laughs, it’s just too much.”

Keegan Bradley posted the photo to Twitter, writing: “Haha I don’t know what to say. This is the best picture ever.”

The term #dufnering quickly started trending and several other athletes have mocked the pose on Twitter. But before we get to those, let’s check out the photo that started the trend.

Yep. That photo is definitely worth its own meme.

Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson and several other PGA players have joined in on the phone by striking their own Dufner poses.

Even Dufner is getting in on the joke.

What do you think about Dufnering?