11 Oct '17, 9pm

Jupiter, Fla. — An enlightening chat with @jleishmangolf: https://t.co/tyryRAqs9F

By adapting, Leishman meant that a player, as much as he needs self-belief, must be able to accommodate and accept failure. He spoke of inevitable bumps in the road, and also was clear that just because a youngster is the best player in his area at 13 doesn’t mean he’ll be the best two years later. “I discuss this with college coaches all the time,” Leishman added. “For one thing, kids are recruited earlier and earlier. They’re asked to make commitments to a school when they’re freshmen in high school. How can a kid know what college he or she wants to go to at that age? Maybe they based their decision on the football program at that age, or how they think life will be like at a particular school. Leishman is close with college coaches such as J.C. Deacon and Stephen Bradley. Deacon, a Torontonian and professional who won this past summer’s Florida Open, is the head men’s ...

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