12-time PGA tour winner Justin Leonard joined CBS4 sports anchor Michael Spencer at the ViewHouse Centennial for Xfinity Monday Live this week.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – Justin Leonard, who grew up in Texas, currently lives in Aspen with his wife and four children and is currently working as a golf analyst. Among the topics Leonard and Spencer talked about was Tiger Woods’ win at the Masters.READ MORE: Police Activity Closes Several Lanes On I-25 Near Arapahoe Road
“This comeback, it goes beyond golf,” said Leonard. “A lot of people, including myself, never thought we would see that good a player from Tiger Woods again.”
In addition to his work as a television analyst, Leonard also has a new business venture called Golf Forever which is an educational and exercise program designed to build the ultimate golf-fit body.READ MORE: Parker Photographer Accused Of Scamming Clients, Associates
“It’s really for golfers who are having back issues,” says Leonard. “You get a workout program tailor made for you and for your issues, and as you move along and progress you find that all of a sudden the pain subsides.”
In addition to workout tips, Leonard creates videos to help with course management and tie in his experiences as a player to help other golfers.
“It’s just a really exciting venture to be a part of because there truly is nothing like it out there,” says Leonard.MORE NEWS: Young Runner Evades Suspected Abductor In Jefferson County
To find out at more about Golf Forever you can visit their website at GolfForever.com.