When a golfer kicks away a tournament, as Marc Leishman did two weeks ago at the Dell Technologies Championship, he can respond in one of two ways: carry the disappointment to drag him down in future tournaments or use it a motivator. That second option is not easy to do. That first option happens much more often.
Last week at the BMW Championship, Leishman chose Door No. 2.
After a brutal back-nine 40 at TPC Boston cleared the way for Justin Thomas to win the second playoff event, Leishman opened with a 62 at Conway Farms and was never headed, continuing with 64-68-67 to win by five strokes over Justin Rose and Rickie Fowler.
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