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According to the Toronto Star, Weir then told reporters, "It's such a thrill, something I've dreamed of since I was a little kid. "It took me five years going to [PGA] qualifying school to get out here," the golfer told Pierre Le Brun of the Canadian Press, as posted online at Slam! "And I can remember many times that I was missing cut after cut on the Australian Tour and I was by myself and didn't have any money.
This win is a win for me and my family, but it is a big win for Canada and Canadian golf and the fans that have been very supportive of me." Weir's winning ways in 2003 make it somewhat hard to believe that the five–foot, nine–inch golfer struggled for years just to qualify for the PGA's U. You're out on the range by yourself practicing until you can't see a shot five feet in front of you." Weir's persistence paid off, and in 1998 he made his debut on the PGA Tour. He made only 13 of 27 cuts and wound up 131st on the tour's money list for 1998.
Professional golfer Born Michael Richard Weir, May 12, 1970, in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada; son of Richard and Rowie Weir; married Bricia; children: Elle Marisa, Lily. Turned professional, 1992; joined the Canadian Tour, 1993; joined PGA's U. Tour, earning close to 0,000 his rookie season, 1998; won first PGA Tour title at Air Canada Championship, 1999; became first Canadian to play in the Presidents Cup team competition, 2000; won second victory on PGA Tour at WGC–American Express Championship, 2000; became first Canadian golfer to be rated among the world's top 10 after ending season with a win at the Tour Championship, 2001; dropped to 42nd in world rankings after lackluster play, 2002; vaulted to top ranks of world golfers with wins at Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, Nissan Open, and the Masters, 2003.
Education: Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, B. Canadian Juvenile Champion, 1986; Ontario Junior Champion, 1988; Ontario Amateur Champion, 1990, 1992; Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year, 1992; Infinity Players Championship winner, 1993; Canadian Tour Rookie of the Year, 1993; BC Tel Pacific Open winner, 1997; Canadian Masters winner, 1997; Air Canada Championship, 1999; World Golf Championship, 2000; Canadian Press Male Athlete of the Year, 2000, 2001; PGA Tour Championship, 2001; Canadian Press Male Athlete of the Year, 2001; Bob Hope Chrysler Classic winner, 2003; Nissan Open winner, 2003; Masters Tournament winner, 2003.
He was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and raised in nearby Fairfield.
He attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, but disenrolled and moved to Atlanta in 1997 with Clay Cook.
After his appearance at the 2001 South by Southwest Festival, he was signed to Aware Records, and then Columbia Records, which released his first EP, Inside Wants Out.