Great work on Justin Leonard, Quin. Yesterday’s victory moves his world ranking to, I believe, 43, which begins to put him where he belongs. He suffers only in the recent year or two, when his trying out new techniques and new teachers had the opposite of the intended effect. (Parnevik, who has labored over his putting, put it nicely in an interview Saturday, where he said, “Yes, I worked at the putting for about eight hours, but golf is the only sport where you can practice more and get worse.”) For most of his career, Leonard has ranked in the top 30, which correctly reflects his accomplishments in the game.
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