Height: 6 ft. 3 in
Weight: 250 lbs
College: San Jose State University
Turned Pro: 1981
Birthplace: Seaside, Oregon
Country: United States
Sponsor: Adams Golf
After graduating from San Jose University in 1981, Wiebe turned pro. His first full season on the PGA Tour was in 1984. Wiebe won his first PGA Tour title in 1985 at the Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic. This win came after he defeated John Mahaffey after a play-off. This was one of five top 10 finishes that season and Wiebe ended the year 36th on the money list. Wiebe would win his second and last PGA Tour title the following year at the Hardee's Golf Classic where he finished a single stroke ahead of Curt Byrum. He also had a runner-up finish and a 3rd place that year on his way to finishing 25th on the money list.
Wiebe would play steady golf over the next few seasons. He lost out in a play-off to Tom Sieckmann at the Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic in 1988. He also lost the 1993 Buick Classic to Vijay Singh after a play-off. His top finish at a Major Championship was a tie for 12th place at the PGA Championship in 1989. He played in exactly 500 events on the PGA Tour, finishing in the top 10 on 47 occassions.
After playing on the Nationwide Tour for a number of years, Wiebe became eligible for the Champions Tour in 2007. He won his first ever event on the Tour at the SAS Championship. He tied the record of the youngest winner on the Tour at 50 years and ten days old (tied with Bobby Wadkins). He has won five titles on the Tour to date including the Senior Open Championship after a play-off with Bernhard Langer. This win came after five play-off holes at Royal Birkdale. Wiebe still plays on the Champions Tour and he has a son who plays on the Latino-American Tour.