Eight-time PGA TOUR winner Mike Weir has not teed it up on TOUR since withdrawing from the John Deere Classic 20 weeks ago (as an alternate) following a first-round 79.
Mike Weir submitted an 8-over-par 42-37=79 during the two-day opening round of the John Deere Classic before withdrawing from the event. No injury has been cited at the time.
Mike Weir checks into TPC Four Seasons Resort for his 14th playing of the AT&T Byron Nelson. UPDATE: Weir posted 9-over-par 73-76=149 to miss the cut by 11 strokes and as a result, reverts to Past Champion status for the remainder of the 2015-16 season.
Mike Weir withdrew from the RBC Heritage following a 7-over-par 40-38=78 in the opening round. No injury has been reported as of yet.
Mike Weir makes his first start of the 2015-16 TOUR season with his 19th straight visit to the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am where he's finished runner-up two times, most recently the weather-shortened 2009 version (54 holes) and again in 2005.
Mike Weir and Sean O'Hair shot 7-under 65 in the first round of the Franklin Templeton Shootout.
Mike Weir has planned to return to the PGA TOUR at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Feb. 11-14.
Mike Weir is scheduled to participate in the Franklin Templeton Shootout on Dec. 10-12.
Mike Weir starts the 2015-16 PGA TOUR season with a pair of medical extensions, but he doesn't have a firm time frame as to when he'll return to competition.
In a follow-up to the news that we relayed earlier, Mike Weir released a statement to explain why he's taking time off indefinitely.
Mike Weir's 25th appearance at the RBC Canadian Open will have to wait as he's stepping away from golf for the time being, according to Lorne Rubenstein on Twitter.
Mike Weir has pulled out of this week's Barbasol Championship.
Mike Weir withdrew from the John Deere Classic during his second round due to personal reasons.
Mike Weir has decided not to compete at this week's Greenbrier Classic.