2024 Presidents Cup: Mike Weir Named International Captain For Montreal Matches

Mike Weir Captain of the International Team for the 2024 Presidents Cup
Mike Weir speaks after being announced Captain of the International Team for the 2024 Presidents Cup during a press conference next to emcee Michel Lacroix, Presidents Cup Executive Director Ryan Hart, Quebec Minister of Tourism Caroline Proulx and National Bank Financial Group Vice Chair Luc Bertrand at the Centre Bell on Nov 30, 2022 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Photo by Keyur Khamar for the PGA TOUR via Getty Images)

The PGA Tour has announced that Mike Weir will captain the International team for the 2024 Presidents Cup at Royal Montreal Golf Club.

The 2003 Masters winner, who was assistant captain in 2017, 2019 and 2022, becomes the first Canadian to serves as team captain.

Making his debut in 2000, Weir became the first Canadian to play in the Presidents Cup matches. He’d go on to be part of five teams in the 2000 decade.

The 52-year-old Ontario native is an eight-time PGA tour winner. He now plays on the tour’s senior circuit, where he owns a single title.

Prospects for Weir’s team include Canadians Corey Conners, Taylor Pendrith, Mackenzie Hughes, Adam Svensson and Adam Hadwin.


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