Leo's brother Alfred rad a nine hole public course in Sandusky, where I played as a young boy. From what i've heard Leo was shell shocked from the Korean war. In the late 60's and early 70's he was in and out of the VA hospital. One time when i was at Keys Leo came out and Leo, Al, and myself went out to play. Leo was in street clothes, dress shirt,shoes and overweight. At the time it was his first time of picking a club up in 5 years. He was 7 under par after 7 holes and quit says he was tired of playing already. The course record at the time was 32 4 under. I was amazed.