Jordan Alexander Spieth is a well known US golfer on the PGS tour and a two time major winner. At the age of 23, Jordon has made a name for himself in the world of golf, tying the Tiger Wood’s 72-hole record by becoming the second youngest to win the masters after him. From being ranked as the world best Golf Player in 2015, a two time major win to becoming the FedEx Cup champion in 2015, Speith name was added in the ‘100 Most influential People’ by the Time Magazine. He won his first major in 2015 Masters Tournament with an exceptional score of 270(-18) earning him $1.8 million from that win he hasn’t looked back and is still slaying his golf game.
Jordan Spieth Biography and Family –
Jordan Alexander Spieth born on July 27,1993 in Dallas in a Texas house, to Shawn and Mary Christine Spieth. He is eldest in the family amongst his two siblings. Jordan seems to have inherited his sports skill though his father and mother who played baseball and basketball, respectively. He spent most of his time in Texas and still lives there.
Jordan seems to be blessed by love; he is still dating his high school love Annie Verret, though they went to separate single-sex schools. Annie being the girlfriend of the golf star manages to avoid any attention from the media. Annie currently works with an organization named “The First Tee” of Dallas, who is initiated towards helping and mentoring youngsters wishing to play golf. Both of them share their love passionately for the game.
Education: He completed his schooling from Monica Catholic School. Later went to Jesuit College Preparatory School for further studies and graduated in 2011. He played golf for the University of Texas and was the member of 2011 Walker Cup team, where he played in three out of four games. He consecutively won the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship twice in the year 2009 and 2011 becoming the second golfer after Tiger Woods to win the championship twice.
He spent most of his childhood playing sports, his love for golf developed in his college time when he started winning, and taking it seriously to build a career out of the game.
Jordan Spieth Net Worth in year 2017 is approximately $70 Million US Dollars
Jordan is estimated to have a net worth of over $70 million in 2017. Getting paid for several endorsements deals and where every win promises a fat cheque in his account. He is playing professional since the age of 19 year old, and had earned himself an empire that doesn’t seem to fade. From the start of his career he is compared with Tiger Woods, whose records Jordan seems to be breaking.
Jordan Spieth Assets
The sport star likes to live in style, one of his recent purchase include a $7.1 million extensive mansion, featuring a gym, swimming pool, golf simulator, an indoor basketball court and a garage that can be used as a parking lot. His previous house a Preston hollow house was also estimated to be $2.3 million.
Jordan Spieth Business Model
Like many popular athletes, Jordan too make money out of several endorsement deals. In 2014, it was estimated that he made $4 million from these deals, obviously this price has increased has since his endless wins. He made $32 million from endorsing in 2015 including the $1.8 million earnings from the first major at 2015 Masters Tournament where he scored 270 (−18). Some of these brands include Rolex, Coca-Cola and Under Armour, Bio Steel Sports Supplements etc. It looks like a fair deal when you can get money from everywhere. Spieth is also actively provide funding for Jordan Spieth Family Foundation to facilitate financial assistance to golf strugglers, underprivileged children and military families.
The year 2017 seems to be starting of good for Spieth, as the golf player is bringing back his luck in the field. His big win at PGA tour at AT&T pro beach was a splendid game that finally brought the trophy back in his hands which also happens to be his ninth win in the PGA tour, coincidentally before this match he played in nine events without any win.
The year 2016 didn’t really work for Spieth, he had to see quite a lot of defeats, having only earned $4 million through his games. He was unable to play profoundly and finished second in the masters and 37th at the US Open. Obviously having achieved so much success, it brings him in the spot to fulfill people’s expectations. But we sure hope he gets back in his A grade game and perform just like he did in 2015.