3 Key Points:
- Mike Weir’s impressive hole-in-one at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship.
- Strong winds over 35 MPH play a role in Weir’s shot.
- Weir’s personal updates and PGA Tour Champions’ performance.
A Windy Wonder
In an exceptional display of skill and a touch of good fortune, 2003 Masters champion Mike Weir dazzled spectators with a hole-in-one during the PGA Tour Champions pro-am event in Hawaii. Amid winds surpassing 35 MPH, Weir’s tee shot on Hualalai Golf Course’s 17th hole found its way to the green, eventually trickling into the hole as the wind worked its magic.
A Memorable Ace Caught on Camera
This moment of pure golfing joy wasn’t missed by the cameras. The PGA TOUR Champions’ social media was quick to showcase Weir’s remarkable achievement with video footage that has since captivated the golfing community, garnering attention and applause from fans and fellow golfers alike.
Life Beyond the Green
Beyond his success on the course, Weir has personally had much to celebrate. Following his marriage to Michelle Money, a former “The Bachelor” contestant, in November, Weir has been enjoying life and competing fervently on the PGA Tour Champions. His victory on tour since turning 50 serves as a testament to his enduring talent and competitiveness in the senior circuit.