Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth is an American professional golfer on the PGA Tour.

Jordan Spieth is an American professional golfer on the PGA Tour. He is the former world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking. He is a three-time major winner and the 2015 FedEx Cup champion. He is the second youngest golfer to win the Masters and the youngest US Open champion. He turned professional in 2012 and has 14 professional wins to date. He has 1.5 million followers on his Instagram.

What makes Jordan Spieth so well-known?

– He is the second-youngest winner of the Masters.

– The US Open’s youngest ever winner.

Jordan Spieth was born in the United States.

Jordan Spieth is a golfer who was born on July 27, 1993. Jordan Alexander Spieth is his given name. Shawn Spieth, his father, and Mary Christine Spieth, his mother, are his parents. In the United States, he was born in Dallas, Texas. He is a citizen of the United States of America. He is of White racial origin. Steven and Ellie are his two siblings.

St. Monica Catholic School was his alma mater. In 2011, he received his diploma from Jesuit College Preparatory School. Brookhaven Country Club was where he learned to play golf.

Career as a hobbyist

In 2009 and 2011, he captured the US Junior Amateur. He and Tiger Woods are the only two-time winners of the tournament.

He was the best junior golfer in the world, according to the AJGA Golf Rankings.

In 2008 and 2009, he placed second in the Junior PGA Championship.

In 2009, he was named Rolex Junior Player of the Year by the American Junior Golf Association.

In 2010, he became the first amateur to qualify for the PGA Tour’s HP Byron Nelson Championship since 1995.

He became the sixth-youngest player on the PGA Tour to make the cut. He tied for 16th position at the end of the tournament.

In 2011, he was given another exemption to the tournament. He made the cut for the second time and ended in a tie for 32nd place.

At the University of Texas, he was a member of the golf team.

He was part of the Walker Cup squad in 2011. He participated in three of the four rounds, halving his foursomes match and winning both of his singles matches.

In his freshman year at Texas, he won three events and led the team in scoring average. He was instrumental in his team’s NCAA championship victory.

He was named to the All-Big 12 Team, as well as the Big 12 Freshman and Player of the Year, as well as a first-team All-American.

In 2012, he qualified as an alternate for the US Open. He finished in a tie for 21st place and was the lowest amateur.

Patrick Cantlay turned professional in 2012, and his success in the US Open propelled him to the top of the World Amateur Golf Ranking.

A Professional Life

In 2012, he was unable to progress to the Final Stage of PGA Tour qualifying school.

He started his professional career when he was 19 years old.

In January 2013, he signed a sponsorship deal with Under Armour, and in March 2013, he signed a deal with BioSteel Sports supplements.

In January 2013, he participated in his first tournament. At the Farmers Insurance Open, he missed the cut by two strokes.

In March, he was designated as a Special Temporary Member.

In July 2013, he defeated defending champion Zach Johnson and David Hearn on the fifth hole of a three-way, sudden-death playoff to win the John Deere Classic.

Since Ralph Guldahl won the Santa Monica Open in 1931, he became the fourth-youngest PGA Tour winner and the first teenager to do so.

He was given full PGA Tour membership and became eligible for the FedEx Cup.

In the Deutsche Bank Championship, he tied for fourth place.

He was chosen to represent the United States in the 2013 Presidents Cup.

In September 2013, he was named PGA Tour Rookie of the Year.

At the end of the 2013 season, he was ranked No. 10 on the PGA Tour money list and No. 22 in the OWGR.

In April 2014, he made his Masters debut and became the youngest runner-up in Masters history. For the first time in his career, he broke into the top ten in the OWGR.

Since Horton Smith in 1929, he became the youngest American to play on the 2014 Ryder Cup team. Following the PGA Championship, he won a spot in the tournament.

In November 2014, he won his second tournament as a pro, the Emirates Australian Open on the PGA Tour of Australasia. In the final round, he shot a course record 63 to win by six strokes.

In November 2014, he won the Hero World Challenge in Florida. With a score of 26 under par, he set a new tournament record.

In a three-way playoff with Patrick Reed and Sean O’Hair in March 2015, he won the Valspar Championship. In the OWGR, he rose to No. 6.

After finishing runner-up at the Valero Texas Open, he climbed to a career-high world ranking of #4.

In April 2015, he set a record as the youngest player to lead the Masters after the first round, shooting a 64 to finish the day eight strokes under par and three shots ahead.

He shot a 16-under 200 over three rounds at the Masters, breaking the 54-hole record.

He became the first player since Raymond Floyd in 1976 to win the Masters without a hole-in-one. He became the second-youngest player in Masters history to win the tournament. In the OWGR, he climbed to No. 2.

In June 2015, he won his second major championship, the US Open. He beat Dustin Johnson and Louis Oosthuizen by one stroke to win the tournament.

He became just the sixth player in history to win both the Masters and the US Open in the same year, the fourth-youngest player to win multiple major titles, and the youngest US Open winner since Bobby Jones in 1923.

With a 61 in the third round of the Open Championship in 2015, he shot the lowest round of his professional career to date. In a playoff with Tom Gillis, he ultimately won the tournament. Spieth’s win was his fourth of the year.

At the 2015 PGA Championship, he finished second to Jason Day. He became the 18th golfer to be ranked world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking.

In August 2015, he was number one for two weeks and in September 2015, he was number one for one week.

He claimed the 2015 Tour Championship by four strokes at East Lake Golf Club. He became the FedEx Cup’s ninth winner. He reclaimed the number one spot in the world.

In early 2016, he won the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. He tied Tiger Woods for the most PGA Tour victories before the age of 23.

He had one of the worst meltdowns in Master’s history. He was five strokes ahead when he hit two balls into the water on the par-3 12th hole, carding a quadruple-bogey and dropping him to a three-shot tie for fourth. He came in second place in the tournament. Danny Willett took the victory by three strokes.

He declined to be a member of the US golf team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

He won the Emirates Australian Open on the PGA Tour of Australasia in November 2016. It was his second Emirates Australian Open in three years and the 11th of his professional career.

He finished third at the SBS Tournament of Champions and Sony Open in 2017.

He picked up his first victory of the year winning the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February 2017 in his 100th PGA Tour tournament as a professional. He became the second person along with Tiger Woods to win nine times on the PGA Tour before the age of 24, post-World War II.

He won his third major title, Open Championship at Royal Birkdale in July 2017.

With the win, he became the second player after Jack Nicklaus to win three of the four men’s golf majors before his 24th birthday.

He finished second in the FedEx Cup Playoff in 2017.

He helped his US team to defend the Presidents Cup title in 2017.

He was announced as the PGA Tour’s Chairman of the Player Advisory Council in February 2018.

He went an entire calendar year 2018 without a victory worldwide.

He tied for 4th at the 2019 Genesis Open, tied for 54th at the WGC-Mexico Championship, and a tie for 24th in the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.

Major Championship wins

Masters Tournament, 2015

U.S. Open, 2015

The Open Championship, 2017

U.S. national team


Junior Ryder Cup: 2008 (winners), 2010 (winners)

Walker Cup: 2011


Presidents Cup: 2013 (winners), 2015 (winners), 2017 (winners)

Ryder Cup: 2014, 2016 (winners), 2018

Achievements and awards

PGA Tour

Rookie of the Year 2013

PGA Player of the Year 2015

PGA Tour

Player of the Year 2015

PGA Tour

leading money winner 2015

FedEx Cup Champion 2015

Vardon Trophy 2015, 2017

Byron Nelson Award 2015, 2017

Who is Jordan Spieth married to?

Jordan Spieth is a married man. He is married to his long-time girlfriend, Annie Verret. The couple confirmed their engagement in January 2018 and they tied a knot to each other in November 2018 in Dallas.

He lives in Dallas, Texas in the United States.

What are Jordan Spieth’s Body Measurements?

Jordan Spieth stands at a height of 1.85 m i.e. 6 feet and 1 inch tall. He has a bodyweight of 175 lbs i.e. 79 kg. He has an average body build. He has blue eyes and her hair color is blonde.

What is Jordan Spieth’s Net Worth?

Jordan Spieth earns playing professional golf. He has recorded 14 professional wins to date. His income comes from prize money, endorsements, and sponsorships. He earned $12,030,485 during his prime year in 2015. It was a PGA Tour record for a single year. he also earned 10 million bonus in 2015. As of 2019, his net worth is estimated at $100 million.

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