Maggie Leef's competitive schedule in 2020 looks nothing like it has in recent years as the Wisconsin State Golf Association Hall of Famer looks to fill the void left by the cancellation of the United States Golf Association senior and mid-amateur events.

The Pewaukee golfer joined Wisconsin.Golf's Rob Hernandez for a Zoom call looking ahead to this weekend's WSGA Senior Women's Amateur at Lake Arrowhead Golf Club near Nekoosa. It will be the first women's event run by the WSGA following its merger with the Wisconsin Women's State Golf Association.

Leef, who also serves as a USGA rules official, talked about what excites her — and what scares her — about rules changes in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. She will also play in next week's Wisconsin State Women's Open at The Legend at Brandybrook in Wales.

WSGA Hall of Famer Maggie Leef joins Wisconsin.Golf editor Rob Hernandez to talk about the start of her 2020 schedule at this week's WSGA Women's Senior Amateur Championship at Lake Arrowhead GC in Nekoosa and the challenges senior amateurs are facing this year as they attempt to play golf in a COVID-19 pandemic.

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