Mike Weir

Michael Richard Weir O.Ont. (born on May 12, 1970) is a professional Canadian golfer.

Born in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, and considering Bright's Grove, Ontario, within the boundaries of the city of Sarnia, as his hometown, he competes on the PGA TOUR and the European circuit. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University (Recreation Management) and turned pro in 1992. He lives in Draper, Utah with his wife Bricia and two daughters. Mike's home course is the Taboo Golf Club in Gravenhurst, Ontario.

His first PGA TOUR win came at the 1999 Air Canada Championship in Surrey, British Columbia. The victory made him the first Canadian to win a PGA TOUR event in Canada in 45 years.

On April 13, 2003, he won The Masters at Augusta, Georgia, one of the four major tournaments in men's golf.