Earned her Futures Tour playing card for the 2005 season
Named second-team Rolex Junior All-America by the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) in both 2003 and 2004.
Won two major amateur events in during 2005 - the Ione D. Jones/Doherty Amateur in January and the Pacific Northwest Golf Association's Women's Amateur.
Defeated U.S. Amateur champion Morgan Pressel, 2-up, to win the Doherty Amateur in Fort Lauderdale in January. Leading 1-up, Leon chipped in for eagle from 45 yards on the par-5 18th to secure the victory.
Beat University of Washington All-American Paige MacKenzie, 2-and-1, in the championship match at the PNGA Women's Amateur in July.
A two-time winner on the AJGA Tour, capturing medalist honors at the 2003 I.R.I. Golf Group Oakridge Junior and the 2004 AJGA Lubbock Junior.
Competed in the 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 U.S. Girls' Junior Championships, with her best showing being the second round of match play in 2002.
Youngest competitor in the field at the U.S. Girls' Junior field in 1999 when she was 12 years old.
Qualified for both the 2004 and 2005 U.S. Women's Opens.
In 2004, shots consecutive 75s but missed the cut by three. In 2005, shot 82-75 and again missed the cut.
Represented the U.S. in the 2003 Junior Solheim Cup, eagling the last hole of her match on the last day to help the U.S. win that day's competition.
Earned her Futures Tour card in December 2004 and played in five tournaments during 2005.
Made the cut in four of five Futures events played and posted an average of 74.21 in 14 rounds played. Best finish was a tie for 14th at the Jalapeno Classic.
Born March 10, 1987, Taylor is the daughter of Art and Katie Leon.
Both her brothers, Trent and Tyler, are collegiate golfers at Oklahoma State.