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Dufner wins again and moves to career-high world no. 14
May 21, 2012

Jason Dufner's great form continued in Texas as he finished ahead of Dicky Pride to win the Byron Nelson Championship, his second win in his last three starts. The recently married 35-year-old holed a 25-foot putt on the 18th green to finish on 10-under-par for the week. Pride, whose only win came in 1994, had kept himself in contention with a 40-foot putt on the 17th, but he could not match his rival's birdie on the final hole and finished second alone. JJ Henry holed in one on the par-three fifth and finished tied 3rd with Marc Leishmann, Joe Durant and Jonas Blixt. Dufner's victory sees him move to a career high of 14th in the Official World Golf Ranking, a jump of 7 positions.

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