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‘Confident’ Weir feeling good back at Pebble Beach

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13.06.2019

TSN Senior Reporter

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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – At 49, Mike Weir knows this will be his last time playing the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.

If truth be told, a lot of fans didn’t even think he’d make it this time. But Weir is here and plans to be more than a ceremonial ball striker. He believes he can be competitive on a course that he calls his favourite in the world.

“It’s probably my last time playing a U.S. Open at Pebble,” said Weir on Wednesday as he made his final preparations. “I’ll probably be 60 the next time they come back. I was really excited. I wanted to come back here. I knew it was a course that would suit my game and one that I have a lot of confidence on.”

Mike Weir joins Bob Weeks to explain why he enjoys playing a course like Pebble Beach where creativity and shot making are more of a factor than distance. He also talks about where his game is at and why his love and passion for the game is still very much a factor.

Weir has enjoyed a lot of success at Pebble Beach over the years. He tied for 16th back in 2000 when the Open was here. And he’s posted seven top-10 finishes at the AT&T........

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