There’s rarely been a time in the past decade when Marc Leishman has been able to watch local footy in Warrnambool during the Aussie winter.
The week-to-week of the PGA Tour demanded he play, travel, play to make money and retain playing status and fight for world rankings points that ensured he could play again and make money again and keep his playing status.
It was the golfing world’s hamster wheel and while the genial Aussie kept his legs moving, for the most part happily as he maintained a place in the game’s upper echelons, the chance to jump off, and take a risk that had implications beyond his sphere of control, has already reaped significant enough rewards for a near-permanent smile.
LIV Golf Adelaide to feature Party Hole | 01:30
Leishman sat on a couch at the back of the driving range at the Orange County National Golf in Orlando, Florida, yucking it up with fellow…