Jason Dufner may have won the 2013 PGA Championship, but his wife, Amanda, stole the show.
Dufner provided a very entertaining round on his way to the win, but perhaps no moment was as great as when his wife, Amanda, joined him as he collected his trophy. The pair enjoyed their moment with the gleaming silver cup.
The 36-year-old Southerner played the tournament with his signature lip of chewing tobacco, and after he sealed the deal on the 18th hole he gave his wife Amanda a little pat on the butt as he walked off the green.
Amanda Dufner is now attracting the attention of media outlets, much like other now-famous significant others, like Katherine Webb, girlfriend of Alabama star quarterback A.J. McCarron.
Webb attended McCarron’s rival school, Auburn University, and, in an interesting twist, Amanda Dufner attended Alabama while Jason was golfing at Auburn.
Jason and Amanda got engaged on a rooftop bar in New York City in July of 2011. Perhaps that is why the PGA champion decided to take his coveted trophy to the top of the Empire State Building this week as he celebrated his win in New York City.
The Dufner’s met in 2009 through a mutual friend and were married May 5, 2012. The wedding was officiated by Auburn football chaplain Chette Williams. Amanda, who actually graduated from Alabama in 2010, had two wedding dresses made, one for the service and another for the reception, which she says had a Miami club vibe for the night.