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The image above is from the Brooks Brothers Country Club Collection catalog. Taylor Leon recently signed with Brooks Brothers, becoming the first LPGA golfer to have an endorsement deal with the clothier.

Ms. Leon will not only represent the brand on the course but also will make her debut in the Brooks Brothers Country Club Spring 2008 catalog, which features her in a variety of active looks, notably from the recently launched ProSport range within the Brooks Brothers Country Club collection.

"Taylor is a natural fit for Brooks Brothers," said Claudio Del Vecchio, Chairman and CEO. "She demonstrates great passion and ability. We are thrilled to have her join our winning team as she embarks on her professional career."


Taylor has non-exempt status this year, her rookie season on the LPGA Tour. Thus far she has gotten into eight tournaments, with a best finish to date of 14th.

Leon was a member of the 2003 U.S. Junior Solheim Cup team and the 2006 U.S. Curtis Cup team. In two seasons at the University of Georgia, she was named All-American both years. She turned pro in 2007, and despite only getting into eight Futures Tour events last year still finished ninth on that tour's money list. She also earned her first professional victory at the 2007 Futures Tour American Systems International.

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