Ian Leggat                              


 

Current Year Highlights

Beat Loren Roberts and David Peoples by two shots to capture his first PGA TOUR title at Touchstone Energy Tucson Open. Final-round 64 was a career low and 20-under-par 268 total was the lowest score at Tucson since David Frostshot 266 in 1988. $540,000 winner's check was more than his combined earnings since turning pro...Second top-10 of the season was T5 at the Buick Classic, earning $112,875...Had best finish among the eight Canadians who made the cut at the Bell Canadian Open. His 11-under-par 277 was good for T16...Stood one back through 36 holes following opening rounds of 70-65 at the SEI Pennsylvania Classic. Finished T7.

Other Info

 

Retained PGA TOUR card for 2002 with T5 finish at 2001 Qualifying School...PGA TOUR rookie made 12 cuts in 29 starts in 2001 with two top-10s and three top-25s...Finished season 133rd on the money list with $368,862... Opened the season with seven missed cuts and a WD in first eight events. Rounded into form in late July with a T5 at the John Deere Classic, earning a season-high $106,400. One week later, T8 at Buick Open. T18 at Bell Canadian Open for third top-25 of 2001...Rookie member of the BUY.COM TOUR in 2000, finishing fifth on the money list. Made the cut at 18 of 23 events with six top-10s and 10 top-25s. Started the season by making the cut in 11 of his first 12 events. Became the TOUR's second rookie to win in 2000 with a playoff victory over Chris Smith at the BUY.COM Dayton Open. Fourth Canadian at the time to win on the BUY.COM TOUR (Jerry Anderson, Glen Hnatiuk and Rick Todd)...Member of the 1998 Canadian World Cup Team, which played in New Zealand...NAIA All-American at Texas Wesleyan in 1988-89...Met his wife while she was working for one of his coaches, Mark Evershed...Served as Athletic Director for the Cerebral Palsy Foundation of Tarrant County in Ft. Worth, TX...Works with kids with disabilities and is sponsored by the Ronald McDonald Children's Charities to raise money for kids...Father got him started in the game...Provincial and national speed skating champion inCanada.

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