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Mike Weir

43-Year-Old Golfer

2013-14 PGA Stats

Rank

190

Winnings

$75,958

Winnings/Entry

$4,747

Entries

16

Rounds

43

2013-14 Fantasy Golf Outlook

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HT: 6' 9"   WT: 155 lbs   Country: Canada   Birthdate: 5/12/1970   Birth Location: Sarnia   College: Brigham Young   Debut: January 1, 1992  

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Mike Weir PGA Stats
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Season Entries Rounds Rank Winnings Winnings/Entry
2010 Season 19 57 128 $559,092 $29,426
2011 Season 15 34 256 $23,312 $1,554
2013 Season 22 58 $194,510 $8,841
2013-14 Season 16 43 190 $75,958 $4,747

 

Mike Weir Tournament Results
Date Tournament Score Position Winnings Strokes Rd1 Rd2 Rd3 Rd4
April 17, 2014 RBC Heritage $0 147 73 74
April 10, 2014 The Masters 9 44 $27,972 297 73 72 79 73
April 3, 2014 Shell Houston Open $0 147 71 76
March 27, 2014 Valero Texas Open 5 56 $13,826 293 76 71 72 74
March 13, 2014 Valspar Championship $0 146 72 74
February 27, 2014 The Honda Classic $0 142 72 70
February 13, 2014 Northern Trust Open $0 148 71 77
February 6, 2014 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am $0 219 70 73 76
January 30, 2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open $0 145 75 70
January 23, 2014 Farmers Insurance Open $0 77 77
January 16, 2014 Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton F $0 212 73 69 70
January 9, 2014 Sony Open in Hawaii $0 145 73 72
November 14, 2013 OHL Classic at Mayakoba 4 75 $11,340 288 72 69 72 75
November 7, 2013 The McGladrey Classic 1 55 $12,320 281 70 71 68 72
October 17, 2013 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open $0 143 72 71
October 10, 2013 Frys.com Open -1 62 $10,500 283 72 70 69 72
August 15, 2013 Wyndham Championship $0 144 72 72
August 1, 2013 Reno-Tahoe Open $0 -5 -4 -1
July 25, 2013 RBC Canadian Open -3 49 $14,149 285 73 67 73 72
July 18, 2013 True South Classic $0 142 72 70
July 11, 2013 John Deere Classic -12 27 $33,350 272 69 69 67 67
July 4, 2013 The Greenbrier Classic $0 142 72 70
June 20, 2013 Travelers Championship $0 146 74 72
June 13, 2013 U.S. Open Championship 12 28 $60,183 292 72 76 75 69
May 30, 2013 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide In 5 53 $14,353 293 75 72 75 71
May 16, 2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship -1 33 $32,495 279 68 68 73 70
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May 2, 2013 Wells Fargo Championship 73 $12,596 221 72 73 76
April 25, 2013 Zurich Classic of New Orleans $0 144 72 72
April 11, 2013 The Masters $0 151 72 79
March 21, 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard $0 146 76 70
March 14, 2013 Tampa Bay Championship $0 156 78 78
February 28, 2013 The Honda Classic $0 141 71 70
February 14, 2013 Northern Trust Open $0 147 75 72
February 7, 2013 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am -2 50 $15,184 284 75 65 71 73
January 31, 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open $0 142 69 73
January 24, 2013 Farmers Insurance Open 2 68 $12,200 290 66 75 73 76
January 17, 2013 Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton F $0 209 67 75 67
January 10, 2013 Sony Open in Hawaii $0 140 71 69
November 8, 2012 Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic $0 144 74 70
October 11, 2012 Frys.com Open $0 142 71 71
August 2, 2012 Reno-Tahoe Open $0 -19 -12 -7
July 26, 2012 RBC Canadian Open $0 144 72 72
July 19, 2012 True South Classic $0 149 75 74
May 31, 2012 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide In $0 164 83 81
May 17, 2012 HP Byron Nelson Championship $0 158 75 83
May 3, 2012 Wells Fargo Championship $0 144 71 73
April 12, 2012 RBC Heritage $0 157 76 81
April 5, 2012 The Masters $0 151 72 79
March 22, 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard $0 149 77 72
March 1, 2012 The Honda Classic $0 153 75 78
February 23, 2012 Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun $0 157 79 78
February 9, 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am $0 221 70 73 78
July 21, 2011 RBC Canadian Open $0 74 74
July 7, 2011 John Deere Classic $0 151 75 76
June 30, 2011 AT&T National 8 70 $12,524 288 71 70 73 74
June 2, 2011 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide $0 158 76 82
May 26, 2011 HP Byron Nelson Championship $0 144 74 70
May 19, 2011 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial $0 149 72 77
April 21, 2011 The Heritage $0 150 78 72
April 14, 2011 Valero Texas Open $0 162 79 83
April 7, 2011 The Masters $0 155 76 79
March 10, 2011 Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com $0 0 0
March 3, 2011 The Honda Classic $0 162 77 85
February 17, 2011 Northern Trust Open $0 154 77 77
February 10, 2011 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am $0 215 68 73 74
January 27, 2011 Farmers Insurance Open 7 77 $10,788 295 72 70 78 75
January 19, 2011 Bob Hope Classic $0 290 72 75 71 72
August 19, 2010 Wyndham Championship $0 138 67 71
August 12, 2010 PGA Championship $0 148 74 74
August 5, 2010 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational 5 55 $46,000 285 72 69 72 72
July 22, 2010 RBC Canadian Open $0 146 72 74
July 15, 2010 The Open Championship $0 148 73 75
June 17, 2010 U.S. Open Championship 23 80 $12,293 307 70 79 83 75
June 3, 2010 the Memorial Tournament $0 152 77 75
May 27, 2010 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial -9 33 $33,480 271 68 68 68 67
May 6, 2010 THE PLAYERS Championship $0 146 72 74
April 22, 2010 Zurich Classic of New Orleans $0 148 76 72
April 15, 2010 Verizon Heritage 3 64 $11,856 287 66 73 70 78
April 8, 2010 The Masters 8 43 $28,500 296 71 72 76 77
March 25, 2010 Arnold Palmer Invitational 3 40 $20,484 291 67 73 77 74
March 11, 2010 WGC-CA Championship -4 26 $75,500 284 73 66 75 70
March 4, 2010 Honda Classic 1 26 $41,440 281 71 64 73 73
February 17, 2010 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship 17 $95,000
February 11, 2010 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am -3 52 $14,539 283 67 70 73 73
February 4, 2010 Northern Trust Open $0 146 69 77

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Weir tied for 27th at the John Deere Classic.

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Weir tied for 28th at the U.S. Open.

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Weir tied for 33rd at the HP Byron Nelson Championship.

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Weir missed the third round secondary cut at the Wells Fargo Championship putting him in the MDF group (Made cut but Didn't Finish)

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Weir's status for the Masters is in doubt after he withdrew from last week's Arnold Palmer Invitational due to torn cartilage between his ribs, the Score Golfreports.

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Weir, playing in the Non-Exempt Medical category, missed the cut at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

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Weir shot 75-78=153 some 12 shots over the cut line at the Honda Classic.

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Weir, playing in the Non-Exempt Medical Extension missed the cut at the Mayakoba Golf Classic.

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Weir (elbow) is in the field for this week's AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. It's his first tournament since surgery on his right elbow last summer.

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Weir (elbow) was granted a Non-Exempt Medical Extension on the PGA Tour in 2012. He has three events to earn $644,854 to retain his tour card. However, he may play on the European Tour since he's fully exempt as former champions have a 12-year exemption for former majors winners, according to his official web site.

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Weir (elbow) doesn't expect to swing a club until at least November and hopes to get into a few tournaments before next year's Masters, Slam! Sports reports.

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Weir will miss three to six months after surgery on his right elbow, The Sports Network reports.

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Wier suffered a slight tear in his right elbow, Bob Weeks of SCOREGolf Magazine reports.

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Weir withdrew after six holes of his second round at the Canadian Open.

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Weir failed to qualify for the U.S. Open in a qualifying event and will end a streak of 48 consecutive majors. "I've got this back tilt bad habit that I got into last year and I just don't know how to stop it," he told the Slam! Sports. "I need to find something to fix it that's simple in my mind."

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2012

Weir had surgery on the extensor tendon in his right elbow in August. The damage was more extensive than first thought as a tendon had torn away almost completely from the bone. He was granted a Non-Exempt Medical Extension on the PGA Tour in 2012. He is hoping to be ready to play in February. He has three events to earn $644,854 to retain his tour card. However, he may play on the European Tour since he's fully exempt as former champions have a 12-year exemption for former majors winners. Either way, his status for 2012 PGA Tour leagues looks bleak given his injury risk and the fact he may play elsewhere.

2011

Weir was limited due a torn ligament in his right elbow last season. When healthy, he's an obvious pick to improve from last season when he made just $559,092. There's no way to tell if he's fully healthy, but even if he's not, he still has value for 2011. Weir was scheduled to play some in December 2010, keep a close eye on how he performs, better yet, make sure he finishes the events. That should be all you need to pull the trigger. Weir struggles to get to the green, but once there, he's one of the better putters on the PGA TOUR.

2010

Weir was very consistent in 2009 making the cut in 20 of 24 events played, including 12 top-25s and six top-10s. Weir was unable to win last year, but he found the top-3 twice. Although Weir played his best early in the year, like he usually does, he was able to string together some top-10s during the heart of the season, including one at the U.S. Open and one at the Bridgestone Invitational. Weir's high side is already known - he earned nearly $5 million in 2003. While a repeat of that is highly unlikely, he should continue to work his way back to that form in 2010. Weir, who finished 2008 ranked at 21st, slipped to 36th in the final 2009 Official World Golf Rankings.

2009

Weir started the 2008 well with a fourth place finish at the Mercedes Open, but he lost his game soon after. His slump lasted through May, but he picked it up with a tie for second place at the first event in June. His 2008 number is pretty high, but he's shown the ability to earn much more than that as he did in 2005 when he earned nearly five million.

2008

Mike Weir had a consistent, yet unspectacular 2007 season. For most of the season he had trouble getting everything lined up. The stars finally aligned late in the year at Fry's Electronic Open. A win is a win, but the Fry's isn't exactly the Masters. Weir seems to be stuck in the mud. He's been in the hunt often over the last few years, but other than the win late in the season last year, he's failed to find that extra gear. Weir has played at a lower level since 2004, and the further we get away from his Masters win, the more likely it seems that he was playing a little above his head back then.

2007

After a disappointing end to the 2005 season, Weir bounced back well in 2006. He wasn't able to show the form that made him a Masters champion, but he was consistent throughout the season. During a stretch from February through August, he didn't miss a single cut. On the flip side, he never finished higher than third during that run. Considering how bad he was playing at the end of 2005, last season has to be considered a success. Weir should be able to build on that success in 2007.

2006

Looking at Weir's 2005 stats, itís a wonder he even cracked $1 million. He was 158th in driving distance, 169th in greens and 173rd in putting. Yet he managed to make more than $1.3 million. The only reason behind the earnings is he started 2005 fairly well. He actually played decent through the Masters where he tied for fifth, but after that event he crashed hard. He missed the next four cuts and six out of seven. He could manage nothing better than a 15th-place finish the rest of the year. This is not unfamiliar ground to Weir. He went through a similar scenario a few years back and proceeded to follow up an awful year with his best season ever. We probably won't see quite the same resurgence this time around, but it's hard to believe a player of his caliber can continue to play so poorly.

2004

Weir could not have started 2003 any better with two wins in February and his first Major at Augusta. However, after his third place finish at the Western Open in early July, he only reached the Top Ten two more times. That would be good for most, but Weir set the bar higher for himself last year. For most of the year Weir was the front-runner for Player of the Year, but he faded near the end and was passed by Woods and Singh. Weir's 2003 was not so high that he can't do better. Look for an even better year in 2004. Weir should again be a factor at least three of the Majors, and will again win his share of tourneys.