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- The young Canadian, Mike Weir, decided to stay with left-handed play, and eventually became a Masters champion.
- Johnson won by four strokes over Mike Weir and by five strokes over second-round leader Retief Goosen, who shot a third-round 74.
- In golf, BYU alumni include two major championship winners: Johnny Miller ('69) at the 1973 U.S. Open and 1976 British Open, and Mike Weir ('92) at the 2003 Masters.
- Until Canadian Mike Weir won The Masters in 2003, Charles was the only golfer with a left-handed swing to have won a major.
- Canadian Mike Weir, the winner of eight PGA Tour titles – including the 2003 Masters - earned Rookie of the Year honours on the Canadian Tour in 1993.
- He won the Michelob Championship at Kingsmill, defeating Canadian Mike Weir in a sudden-death playoff, giving Toms his fourth Tour victory.
- The inaugural event in 2007, at Grayhawk Golf Club's Raptor Course in Scottsdale, Arizona, was won by Mike Weir by one stroke over Mark Hensby.
- In 2003, Mike Weir became the first Canadian to win a men's major championship and the first left-hander to win the Masters when he defeated Len Mattiace in a playoff.
- Mike Weir had never done well at the Glen Abbey Golf Course, the site of the tournament that week.
- Thomson Reuters has sponsored Canadian golf champion Mike Weir and the AT&T Williams Formula One team.
- He missed the cut by one stroke, becoming the first defending champion to do so since Mike Weir in 2004.
- Play was restarted on Friday morning and Mike Weir shot 64 (−6) to lead by two strokes at the end of the first round.
- He shot a second round 64, tying the low round of the week with Mike Weir.
- In the first two rounds, he shot 69-68 (−3) to take a two-shot lead over Billy Andrade and Mike Weir.
- DeLaet became just the second Canadian to play in the team competition, after Mike Weir.
- Todd shot a bogey free round of 66 on the final day to finish two strokes ahead of Mike Weir.
- Early in the 2003 season, Howell lost in a playoff to Mike Weir at the Nissan Open.
- Ontario's Mike Weir won the 2003 Masters Tournament, becoming the first Canadian man to win one of golf's majors.
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