Born on August 9, 1973, Brett Wetterich is a American golfer from Cincinnati, Ohio. Wetterich turned pro in 1994 and was a PGA Tour rookie by 2000. He was featured in the top 25 Official World Golf Rankings and is considered one of the bigger hitters of the nationwide tour.
Wetterich attended Oak Hill High School and Wallace State Community College before turning pro. Although a PGA tour rookie in 2000, an injury stopped him from playing the entire season and he limited future games to the nationwide tour. He won at the Nationwide Tour in 2003 and 2004 before returning to the PGA in 2005.
Wetterich won the Byron Nelson championship in 2006, which helped him get a spot on the 2006 Ryder Cup Team. He ended the season at 10th place on the PGA tour money list with a total earning of $3,023,185. All in all, Wetterich has four professional wins, one on the PGA and three on the nationwide tour. He won the Chitimacha Louisiana Open 2003 and the Envirocare Utah Classic in 2004. His most recent win was in 2011, at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open, his second win in this tournament in his Nationwide Tour career. He won his latest title just one stroke ahead of Andres Echavarria and two steps ahead of 2009 champion Bubba Dickerson.