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Matthew Kirk Weibring (born December 4, 1979) is an American professional golfer. He is the son of D. A. Weibring.
Weibring was born in Quincy, Illinois. His father started him playing golf at a young age. In 1975, Weibring graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration and turned pro later that year.
A new $2 million clubhouse was built in 2001 and the course was renovated in 2004 by D. A. Weibring.
Paul Azinger (11,13), Andy Bean, Bob Gilder (11), Mark O'Meara (12,13), Steve Pate (13), Payne Stewart (13), D. A. Weibring
Fred Couples (12,13), Nolan Henke (13), Scott Hoch (13), Davis Love III (12,13), Craig Parry, D. A. Weibring (12,13)
Weibring won five PGA Tour events. His first was in 1979 at Quad Cities — an event he would win three times. His last Tour victory was at the Canon Greater Hartford Open in 1996. Weibring had five top-10 finishes in major championships — twice at the PGA Championship, and one in each of the others.
The WinStar Golf Club features a 225-acre, 27-hole golf course designed by former PGA Tour Pro, D.A. Weibring which holds golf tournaments each year. In addition, the WinStar Golf Academy, a facility, offers private golf lessons.
Woody Austin (13), Mark Brooks, Mark Calcavecchia (13), Ed Dougherty, Fred Funk (13), Jim Furyk, Jim Gallagher, Jr. (13), Paul Goydos, Tim Herron, Billy Mayfair (13), Scott McCarron, Paul Stankowski, Hal Sutton, Ted Tryba, D. A. Weibring
TPC Deere Run was designed as a stadium course by D. A. Weibring Golf Resources, in association with PGA TOUR Design Services, and plays to a par of 71 from the championship tees.
Weibring has a history of injuries, include hip and knee surgery. He has Bell's palsy, a condition his father overcame during his career, and cannot blink his right eye.
Donald Albert "D. A." Weibring, Jr. (born May 25, 1953) is an American professional golfer who has won numerous tournaments including several on the PGA Tour and Champions Tour.
Stuart Appleby, Guy Boros, Michael Bradley (13), Brad Faxon (13), Ed Fiori, Fred Funk (13), Dudley Hart, David Ogrin, Clarence Rose, Jeff Sluman (13), Paul Stankowski, Steve Stricker (13), D. A. Weibring, Willie Wood, Tiger Woods (13)
TPC Deere Run’s golf course is built on the site of a former Arabian horse farm. Course architect and former PGA Tour professional D.A. Weibring masterfully used the natural, rolling landscape to create a championship golf course that stretches along the picturesque wooded ravines of the area’s famous Rock River.
D.A. Weibring, a 54-hole co-leader, shot 76 (+4) and finished a stroke back at even-par 288. The other co-leader, Mark McCumber, posted 77 and finished in a tie for fifth. Two major champions in contention shot high scores and fell back: Seve Ballesteros (78) and Raymond Floyd (80).
Weibring joined the Champions Tour after turning 50 in May 2003, and has won five times thus far. In 2004, he led the Champions Tour with 15 top-10 finishes in 25 appearances including a wire-to-wire win at the Allianz Championship.
Weibring was inducted into the "Illinois PGA Hall of Fame" in 2001. He has his own golf course design and management company. He has three children: two daughters (Allison & Katy) and one son (Matt). His son was a two-time All American golfer at Georgia Tech and current player on the Web.com Tour.
Weibring turned professional in 2002, and played on the second-tier Nationwide Tour in 2003 and 2005–08. He played on the PGA Tour in 2009–10 after graduating in 24th place from the 2008 Nationwide Tour. In 2011 he returned to the Nationwide Tour. Weibring's best result on the PGA Tour is T8 at the 2009 Verizon Heritage. He also played on the Canadian Tour in 2003.
After graduating, Cappelen turned professional in June 2014. He Monday qualified for the Air Capital Classic on the Web.com Tour, surviving a seven-man playoff for his spot in the tournament. In the tournament itself, Cappelen shot an 18-under-par 262 to beat Matt Weibring by one stroke. The win, the first by a Dane on the Web.com Tour, earned Cappelen his card for the rest of the 2014 season. He was the 14th player to win his Web.com Tour debut and the first since Ben Kohles in 2012. Despite the win, Cappelen barely missed earning a PGA Tour card, finishing 30th on the regular season money list and outside the Top 50 in the finals money list.
After the 1968 season, Martindale left the PGA Tour to partner with Don January to form JanMart Enterprises, a golf course development and design company. Their business partnership would last until 1979, when January left to join the Senior PGA Tour upon reaching age 50. In their 10 years together, Martindale and January developed some 23 courses together, mostly around their home state of Texas. Their most notable course development is Royal Oaks Country Club in Dallas, Texas, home to notable golfers Harrison Frazar, Justin Leonard, D. A. Weibring, Lee Trevino, and Colt Knost. During that time Martindale also served as the head coach of the Southern Methodist University golf team from 1970-73.