Jordan Spieth (professional golfer) Net Worth

Jordan Spieth (professional golfer) Net Worth 2022: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Jordan Spieth net worth is
$60 million

Jordan Spieth Wiki Biography

Jordan Alexander Spieth was born on 27 July 1993, in Dallas, Texas, USA, and is a professional golfer, best known for being a world number one in the Official World Gold Rankings, and the 2015 FedEx Cup champion. He has been active professionally since 2012, and all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Jordan Spieth? As of early-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $60 million, mostly earned through a successful career in professional golf. He is considered one of the highest earners of the sport today, and as he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.

Jordan Spieth (professional golfer) Net Worth $60 million

Jordan matriculated from the Jesuit College Preparatory School, by which time he had also learned to play golf at the Brookhaven Country Club. In 2011 he would become the US Junior Amateur’s second two-time winner joining Tiger Woods, and reached the top spot of the AJGA Golf Rankings, effectively the best junior golfer in the world. He gained numerous honors such as Rolex Junior Player of the Year, and was given exemption to play at the PGA Tour’s HP Byron Nelson Championship. He then attended the University of Texas, playing golf for the school’s team, and becoming a member of the 2011 Walker Cup team, plus winning numerous events. In 2012 he would become the number one amateur in the World Amateur Golf Ranking.

Midway through his sophomore year in college, Spieth decided to turn professional, and subsequently gained several sponsorships, so his net worth started to increase. He then won the John Deere Classic, becoming the fourth youngest PGA Tour winner, and became eligible for the FedEx Cup team, and reached high spots in the next few tournaments, so in 2013 he was named the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year. The following year, he became the youngest runner-up in Masters history, and was then selected to the 2014 Ryder Cup team, making him the youngest American to play in the last 85 years. His next win would come at the Emirates Australian Open, setting a course record, and leading him to another win at the Hero World Challenge.

With numerous wins under his belt, Jordan’s net worth continued to increase. In 2015 he won the Valspar Championship, and reached sixth spot in the World Golf Ranking. He then became the youngest player to lead the Masters after the first round, and also broke the Masters scoring record, subsequently becoming the second youngest person to win the Masters, tying Tiger Woods’ record score, and significantly boosting his ranking to second place. He followed up his victory with another win, at the US Open, making him just the sixth player to win a Masters and the US Open. He would continue his streak the rest of the year, earning numerous trophies.

Spieth declined to join the 2016 Summer Olympics golf team; he enter his 100th PGA Tour tournament in 2017. A few of his latest tournaments include the Sentry Tournament of Champions, and the Sony Open in Hawaii which was held early in 2018.

For his personal life, not much is known about Jordan’s romantic relationships. He is a Christian, and attends bible study meetings with other professional golf players. He also does charity work during his free time, focusing on the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation, which provides awareness as well as financial assistance to youth golf, special needs children, and many more.

Full NameJordan Spieth
Net Worth$60 million
Date Of BirthJuly 27, 1993
Place Of BirthDallas, Texas, USA
Height1.85 m
Weight84 kg
EducationJesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas, University of Texas at Austin
ParentsMary Christine Spieth, Shawn Spieth
SiblingsSteven Spieth, Ellie Spieth
1To be able to have winning in your blood growing up, whether it was pounding my little brother or trying to beat my dad in something, or just competing on teams with my friends, it was nonstop.
2I don't think people can watch University of Texas basketball or football games with me - really, anything Texas is playing - without wanting to punch me in the face. I'm as big a Longhorn fan as you'll find.
3In greenside bunkers, the big thing is to adapt your stance to the shot. It's rare that you get a flat lie in the sand, so I make sure to align my body to the slope. Then I blast the ball out by splashing the sand underneath it.
4PGA of America has been very good to me; played some of the Junior Ryder Cups, and those go down as some of the best experiences I've had on a golf course.
5Without the AJGA, it would be very difficult for the college coaches to find us. Every junior golfer around the country knows about the AJGA and knows that's the way to get to college. And the way to get beyond college.
6Stats are important to me, especially the ones related to scoring. You're going to miss fairways and greens out here, so how you play from the sand really matters.
7I was a pitcher, and my dad played in college. The hardest day of my life was telling him I was going to quit to focus more on golf. But with golf, I felt like the game can't be perfected, and that motivated me.
8Whenever the heat's on, my whole life, I've just kind of learned to focus a little more.
9I've got four pairs of cowboy boots.
10Under Armour is new, aggressive, slick, classic but athletic - kind of how I always wanted to be perceived.
1Professional golfer.
2Winner of the 2013 John Deere Classic.


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