All would agree that Jason Dufner, the American golfer, is quite a relaxed man. This is something that everyone has heard from golf commentators and golf writers. But Jason Dufner generally comes at the golf course with sweet golf swing and his monotone attitude.
Few days ago, Jason knocked his 3rd shot on the par-four 14th and went against Keegan Bradley at Chevron World Challenge World Challenge that was presented by Northwestern Mutual. Keegan Bradley treated Jason Dufner as if he is a USGA official. Jason finished his day with a one-over 73; 4 shots back of Keegan Bradley, who trailed Nick Watney by 2.
Recently, the NCAA and Golf Channel jointly a declared that in 2014, Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships will be back with Men’s Golf Championship event to take place in Hutchinson’s Prairie Dunes Country Club. Few days ago, this announcement was made by the NCAA Executive Vice President of Championships Mark Lewis and Golf Channel President Mike McCarley. Golf Channel, which is one of the fastest growing networks in the United States, will present NCAA golf championships to its worldwide audiences via its media platforms.
NCAA Executive Vice President of Championships and Alliances Mark Lewis told that this event is a result of a collaborative attempt among a whole lot of individuals over a long period, along with the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Committees. He added that they are very excited for their men’s and women’s golf student athletes to receive additional exposure. Golf fans would also be able to see why these championships are very special.