Fritsch carded a nifty three-under 69 on Sunday to scoot up 16 places to finish T40 Sunday while Weir shot a one-over 73 to land T50.
Fritsch, who grew up in the Ottawa area, made the cut for the fourth time in five PGA starts. He came close to shooting the lights out as he made one eagle and five birdies, but was scuttled by double bogeys at No. 5 and No. 14.
Weir, who hails from Brights Grove, had a round that featured fits and starts. He penciled in four birdies and five bogeys on his final day’s scorecard.
Fritsch won $24,700 and Weir banked $15,184.
The red-hot Brandt Snedeker of the U.S. captured the tournament by carding a nineteen-under 267.
Snedeker closed out fellow American Chris Kirk by two shots and won $1,170,000.
In the Pro-Am portion of the event, Fritsch and celebrity playing partner Huey Lewis came in T3 with a 29-under score.
Snedeker and his partner Toby Wilt tied for top spot with the team of Michael Letzig and John Erickson at 31-under.