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Latest Justin Leonard Items
The pool of young talent in golf has never looked deeper.
Luke Donald is unlike any other No. 1 player in golf over the last two decades.
Ben Curtis is no fluke.
Greg Norman was famous for his shortcomings in the majors, especially his "Saturday Slam" from 25 years ago when he led all four majors going into the final round and only captured one of them.
Sergio Garcia changed his mind about U.S. Open qualifying and it paid off Monday when he earned a spot at Congressional by surviving a seven-man playoff.
Golf has a new magic number.
The U.S. Open will rely more on the world ranking than money list in America and Europe to determine which players will be exempt from qualifying.
You can count on Johnny Miller to be impartial at the Ryder Cup as an analyst for NBC Sports.
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — Jean Van de Velde would have preferred to be at Carnoustie this week, staring down his golfing demons in person.