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Jordan Spieth Net Worth: How Much He Earned In 2022?
Spieth was only the second golfer in history to win the US Junior Amateur tournament in both 2009 and 2011. (Tiger Woods was the first). Jordan was recognized as the world’s top PGA Junior golfer when he was only 17 years old.
He attended the University of Texas, where he was a first-team All-American and won the NCAA golf tournament his freshman year, before joining the PGA Pro Tour midway through his second year in 2012. Spieth was named PGA Rookie of the Year in 2013 and has sponsorship deals with Under Armour and BioSteel Sports Supplements.
In 2015, he won the Valspar Championship, making him the third-youngest player in PGA Tour history to do so, trailing only Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia. Jordan also set a 36-hole record at The Masters that year and won the US Open with a final score of 5 under par. He is the third-youngest player in PGA Tour history to win multiple titles, trailing only Woods and Garcia, and is the youngest US Open victor since Bobby Jones won at the age of 21 in 1923.
Jordan Spieth Early Years
Jordan Alexander Spieth was born on July 27, 1993, in Dallas, Texas. Chris, his mother, is a computer engineer who played basketball in college, and Shawn, his father, played baseball in college and is the founder of a media analytics company.
Jordan grew up with two younger siblings, Steven and Ellie, and spent his childhood playing golf, basketball, baseball, football, and soccer. He began by playing golf in his family’s yard, but he eventually persuaded his parents to join the Brookhaven Country Club so he could develop his talents on a proper golf course. Spieth attended St. Monica Catholic School and Jesuit College Preparatory School before graduating in 2011.
Jordan Spieth Career
Jordan finished second in the Junior PGA Championship in 2008 and 2009, and the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) named him Rolex Junior Player of the Year in 2009. Jordan was the top player in the AJGA Golf Rankings in July 2011, just before his 18th birthday.
When he competed in the HP Byron Nelson Championship the previous year, Spieth became the sixth-youngest golfer to compete on the PGA Tour; he tied for 16th place, and he competed again in 2011, tying for 32nd place.
Jordan competed in the 2011 Walker Cup while attending the University of Texas, where his performance on the golf team won him the honors of Player of the Year and Big 12 Freshman of the Year, as well as selection to the All-Big 12 Team. After finishing as an alternate in the 2012 US Open (tied for 21st), Spieth was named the world’s top amateur golfer by the World Amateur Golf Ranking.
Jordan became professional in 2012, and in July 2013, he won the John Deere Classic, becoming the first adolescent to win a PGA Tour tournament since Ralph Guldahl won the Santa Monica Open in 1931. Following his victory, Spieth became a full-fledged PGA Tour member, earning eligibility in the FedEx Cup, PGA Championship, 2013 Open Championship, and 2014 Masters.
He finished fourth in the Deutsche Bank Championship and was selected to play for the US team in the 2013 Presidents Cup. Jordan was crowned PGA Tour Rookie of the Year on September 27, 2013, and finished the year ranked 22nd in the Official World Golf Ranking. In 2014, he competed in his first Masters and tied for second place, becoming him the tournament’s youngest runner-up.
After the Masters, Spieth’s Official World Golf Ranking improved to #9, and he went on to become the youngest American to appear in the Ryder Cup since 1929. Jordan won the Emirates Australian Open in November 2014, then a week later, he won the Hero World Challenge.
In 2015, Spieth won the Valspar Championship and was rated sixth in the Official World Golf Ranking. He subsequently finished second at the Valero Texas Open, raising his position to #4, then won the Masters in April 2015, becoming the second-youngest golfer to accomplish so and the #2 player in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Jordan won the US Open in June of that year, then went on to win the John Deere Classic and finish second in the 2015 PGA Championship, giving him the coveted number one title in the Official World Golf Ranking. His victory in the 2015 Tour Championship earned him the FedEx Cup title and a $10 million prize.
Spieth won more than $12 million in 2015, not including the bonus. Jordan won the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, the Dean & DeLuca Invitational, and the Emirates Australian Open in 2016, as well as finishing second in the Masters, and the following year, he won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and the Open Championship. Spieth was appointed Chairman of the PGA Tour’s Player Advisory Council in 2018.
Jordan Spieth Private Life
Jordan started dating Annie Verret in high school and proposed to her on Christmas Eve in 2017. The next Thanksgiving weekend, the couple married. Spieth established the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation in 2014 to raise awareness and cash for organizations that support pediatric cancer, special needs children, military families, and junior golf.
Jordan Spieth’s Achievements And Awards
Spieth was selected PGA Tour Rookie of the Year in 2013. In 2015, he was named PGA Player of the Year, PGA Tour Player of the Year, PGA Tour Leading Money Winner, and FedEx Cup Champion, and received the Vardon Trophy and Byron Nelson Award. In 2017, Jordan was also awarded the Vardon Trophy and the Byron Nelson Award.
Jordan Spieth’s Net Worth
Professional golfer Jordan Spieth hails from the United States and has an estimated net worth of $110 million. He has one of the highest salaries of any athlete in the history of the sport. As of the time this article was written, he has amassed more than $40 million in earnings alone from his PGA tournament victories.
This places him in the top 20 of all golfers in the history of the PGA Tour in terms of earnings. In addition to the money he wins at tournaments, Jordan brings in tens of millions of dollars every year from endorsement deals. Spieth’s salary and sponsorships brought in a combined total of $42 million for him between June 2017 and June 2018.
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