Definition of leaderboard
: a large board for displaying the ranking of the leaders in a competitive event (such as a golf tournament)
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On a crowded leaderboard, Watson trails leader Daniel Summerhays (68) by four shots.
ShopRite Classic Anna Nordqvist knows how to get around Stockton Seaview — and likes the view from atop the leaderboard at the LPGA event in Galloway Township, N.J.
In a throwback to 20 years ago, Tribe players are scattered about the All-Star voting leaderboard.
In his tourney debut, Sisk recorded four birdies over the first six holes to move atop the leaderboard by one shot at 4-under.
Without a furious charge up the leaderboard during the final round of stroke play -- stroke play determined the eight teams that would advance to match play -- Oregon wouldn't even be in this position.
Kevin Kisner began his week in Fort Worth at the new downtown Topgolf and ended it at the top of the leaderboard at Colonial to become the latest recipient of the plaid jacket.
Elvira and Tate finished third and fifth, respectively, on the individual leaderboard.
Signal offers a dashboard where journalists can follow trending and emerging topics, track chatter around public figures on a leaderboard, and search to find public conversations, photos, or videos.
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