Marc Leishman came close to pulling off a miracle victory at the PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship in Connecticut today, but his thoughts were with the family of a close friend afterwards. Leishman shot a stunning 66 to post 12-under and for a time at TPC River Highlands, it looked like he might either reach a Read more…
Aussie pair Adam Scott and Jason Scrivener admit that there is a US Open air about this week’s US PGA Championship at Kiawah Island Resort in South Carolina as they seek to become the sixth Australian to hold aloft the Wanamaker Trophy.
Denis McDade, long-time coach of world No.37 Marc Leishman, reveals how an adjustment to his pre-shot routine turned the Victorian around and why he is excited to return to Kiawah Island for this week’s PGA Championship.
There is a stereotype that Australians are an easy-going, adventurous bunch, willing to sacrifice self and ego for the sake of a good time. And we’re here to tell you that is not so much a stereotype as it is a hard incontrovertible fact.
Google is your friend, as the saying goes. Marc Leishman must have heard that one before, because the well-known search engine came up clutch for the Big Aussie this week at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.