|Evts||Cuts Md||Wins||2nd||3rd||T10||Sc Avg||FedEx Pts||Earnings||World Pts|
|Assets:||Very solid player off the tee. Keeps the ball in play and possesses a reliable iron game. Has a very nice rhythm in his swing and good control of his emotions. Very solid from tee to green.|
|Flaws:||Almost every aspect of his short game needs improvement. Lacks the finesse to get up-and-down from around the greens, is an average sand player and isn't a pure putter. Tends to be too emotional at times and loses his focus.|
|Career Potential:||Average journeyman 8 occasional contender.|
Weekley leaves TPC Louisiana with a top 10 | 04/28/2013 5:33 PM
NewsBoo Weekley bounced back from a disappointing third round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans to card a 4-under-par 34-34=68.
ImpactIn his final lap round TPC Louisiana, Weekley circled five birdies and an eagle while swallowing three bogeys. His highlight came at the par-5 11th, going for the green in two and tapping in an eagle from 11 inches. He ends the week at 14-under 274 and safely inside the top 10. He now turns his attention to Quail Hollow for the Wells Fargo Championship.
Weekley fades in Zurich Classic third round | 04/27/2013 5:42 PM
NewsBoo Weekley stumbled to a 1-over-par 37-36=73 in the third round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans and enters the finale at 10-under 206.
ImpactWeekley never saw his round reach red figures, with a bogey at the fifth following four early pars. He evened it up with a birdie on seven, but bogeys on eight and 12 quickly knocked him back down. After reaching the par-5 18th in two, he managed a two-putt for his second birdie of the round.
Eagle hole-out sparks Weekley; early leader | 04/26/2013 1:04 PM
NewsBoo Weekley answered his opening 65 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans with a 4-under-par 33-35=68 to reach the midpoint in 11-under 133, good for outright possession of the 36-hole clubhouse lead.
ImpactWeekley set the tone for his current position at his first hole of the day. After splitting the fairway at the par-4 10th, he holed his approach from 105 yards for eagle. He went on to add four birdies, including conversions of 26'9" and 26'8" at the 17th and first holes, respectively, that help offset two late bogeys. Overall, he's hit 29 greens in regulation at TPC Louisiana.
Bogey-free Boo Weekley one off clubhouse lead | 04/25/2013 6:18 PM
NewsBoo Weekley crafted a bogey-free, 7-under-par 32-33=65 in his opening round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
ImpactWeekley was the first low man in the clubhouse from the afternoon wave, but he signed his card one back of early-draw rabbit, Ricky Barnes. Weekly split 13 (of 14) fairways and hit 15 greens in regulation. He circled an eagle-3 at the second hole ahead of five birdies. His only conversion longer than seven-and-a-half feet was a beauty at the par-5 18th where his attempt from 26'11" disappeared.
Weekley regains form at Redstone Country Club | 03/29/2013 8:22 PM
NewsBoo Weekley is 5-under-par 70-69=139 through two rounds of the Shell Houston Open and sits five strokes off the overnight lead.
ImpactAfter a spirited run through the Florida Swing that took him to Puerto Rico, Weekley faded to a T69 at Bay Hill last week. He's back on track at Redstone where he hit all but one green in regulation today -- more on that escapade in a moment -- and poured in five birdies, including on all four par 5s. The most notable measured 26'4" at the 15th hole and 62 feet at 8. Despite that bomb on his penultimate hole, his most interesting hole -- at least to spectators -- was the par-4 18th. After finding water off the tee, he then rinsed his approach. He pitched on with his fifth, and then buried the 15-foot comebacker for double bogey and a pseudo-momentum saver. Weekley was the last of 17 golfers to reach the midpoint inside the top 10 on the leaderboard.
Weekley soars into Tampa Bay lead with a 63 | 03/17/2013 3:02 PM
NewsBoo Weekley roared into the lead in the final round of the Tampa Bay Championship with a bogey-free 8-under-par 33-30=63, claiming the lead at 8-under 276.
ImpactWeekley's round was brilliant, and the lowest of the week by two strokes. The Copperhead Course has been difficult tee to green all week, but he managed to land 15 GIR on Sunday. Creeping up the leaderboard all day, he made his final statements with an approach to 1'11" on the par-3 15th and then followed that with a dart to 1'8" on the par-4 16th to begin The Snake Trap. Posting his number three hours before the overnight leaders are expected to end the day, he likely has a long wait ahead of him to see if he's in a playoff or the winner outright. Should he win, it would be his third on the PGA TOUR and first since going back-to-back at the 2008 Heritage. We next expect to see him at Bay Hill later this week.
Weekley notches top-10 finish in Puerto Rico | 03/10/2013 4:12 PM
NewsBoo Weekley turned in a 4-under-par 35-33=68 in the final round of the Puerto Rico Open, finishing the week at 16-under 272.
ImpactWeekley's finish will be good enough for a season best, and his first top 10. He circled five birdies to just one bogey in his tour of Trump International Golf Club-Puerto Rico. He is already in the field for the Tampa Bay Championship.
Late birdie binge boosts Weekley at Trump GC | 03/09/2013 1:57 PM
NewsBoo Weekley found his form just in time to record a 6-under-par 35-31=66 in the third round of the Puerto Rico Open, sharing the clubhouse lead with a growing contingent of players at 12-under 204.
ImpactWeekley was bogey-free, but found only one birdie on his opening 12 holes at Trump International Golf Club-Puerto Rico. He kicked it into high gear late in his round, circling birdies on five of his last six holes.
Weekley overcomes a pair of three-putt bogeys | 03/01/2013 5:18 PM
NewsBoo Weekley followed his opening 66 at The Honda Classic with a 3-under-par 33-34=67 to reach the halfway point in 7-under 133, two strokes adrift of the 36-hole clubhouse lead.
ImpactThe affable two-time PGA TOUR winner hit 12 greens in regulation but he still suffered two three-putt pars, the first of which from just 11-and-a-half feet at the par-3 15th hole. Putting has always been Weekley's bane, but he managed to pluck six birdies to compensate today. The set included rolls from 16'10" at the third hole and from 19'7" to conclude his round at 9.
Weekley first to post a number at the Honda | 02/28/2013 12:31 PM
NewsBoo Weekley turned in a 4-under-par 35-31=66 for his opening round of The Honda Classic, good for very early possession of the clubhouse lead.
ImpactHad you told the native Floridian that he'd sign for a 66 after opening bogey-bogey, it would have been entertaining to hear his reply. As we've witnessed over the years, he makes and breaks rounds with his putter, which was on fire today. Weekley split nine (of 14) fairways and hit 14 greens to give himself chances. He played his last 16 holes in bogey-free 6-under with six birdies. After he poured in a par save from 11'3" at the fourth hole, four of his birdies dropped in from beyond 10 feet, including conversions from 19'2", 17 feet and 25'1" at Nos. 9, 11 and 13.
Solid start to 2013 for Weekly ahead of Honda | 02/26/2013 10:51 PM
NewsBoo Weekley lost in a playoff at The Honda Classic in 2007, and hasn't done much since then.
ImpactWhen I say he hasn't done much, he's never missed the event, yet never finished inside the top 60 in his last five appearances. That makes his 2007 run at PGA National appear to be more of a fluke than anything. This season has started off fairly well for Weekley, having missed just one cut in four tries. He is still searching for his first top 25.
|May 13-19||HP Byron Nelson Championship||Cut||76||75||-||-||151||-||-|
|May 6-12||THE PLAYERS Championship||T48||71||71||73||73||288||0||$23,614|
|April 29-May 5||Wells Fargo Championship||T58||68||75||77||72||292||4||$14,874|
|April 22-28||Zurich Classic of New Orleans||T6||65||68||73||68||274||-14||$229,350|
|April 15-21||RBC Heritage||T42||71||73||70||72||286||2||$19,720|
|March 25-31||Shell Houston Open||T45||70||69||75||70||284||-4||$18,154|
|March 18-25||Arnold Palmer Invitational||T69||72||70||76||77||295||7||$12,400|
|March 11-17||Tampa Bay Championship||2||72||70||71||63||276||-8||$594,000|
|March 4-10||Puerto Rico Open||T8||71||67||66||68||272||-16||$101,500|
|Feb 25-March 3||The Honda Classic||T25||66||67||74||75||282||2||$47,850|
|Jan 28-Feb 3||Waste Management Phoenix Open||T63||69||66||72||72||279||-5||$13,206|
|Jan 21-28||Farmers Insurance Open||T34||74||67||73||71||285||-3||$31,476|
|Jan 14-20||Humana Challenge||T65||68||67||71||69||275||-13||$11,424|
|Jan 7-13||Sony Open||Cut||72||72||-||-||144||-||-|
|Best Finish||2||Tampa Bay Championship||March 11-17||3|
|Worst Opening Round||76||HP Byron Nelson Championship||May 13-19||78|
|Worst Finishing Round||77||Arnold Palmer Invitational||March 18-25||75|
|Worst First 36 Holes||151||HP Byron Nelson Championship||May 13-19||154|
|Worst Last 36 Holes||153||Arnold Palmer Invitational||March 18-25||147|
|Worst Tournament (vs par)||Missed Cut||2 times-last: HP Byron Nelson Championship||last: May 13-19||Missed Cut|
|Best Round||63||Tampa Bay Championship||March 11-17||64|
|Best Opening Round||65||Zurich Classic of New Orleans||April 22-28||64|
|Best Finishing Round||63||Tampa Bay Championship||March 11-17||66|
|Best First 36 Holes||133||2 times-last: Zurich Classic of New Orleans||last: April 22-28||135|
|Best Last 36 Holes||134||2 times-last: Tampa Bay Championship||last: March 11-17||136|
|Best Tournament (vs par)||-16||Puerto Rico Open||March 4-10||-13|
|Worst Finish||Missed Cut||2 times-last: HP Byron Nelson Championship||last: May 13-19||Missed Cut|
|Worst Round||77||2 times-last: Wells Fargo Championship||last: April 29-May 5||78|