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Early in his career, Jordan Spieth looked to be the next coming of Tiger Woods.

The star golfer won the 2015 Masters in just his second career start at Augusta National Golf Club, and he won the U.S. Open a few months later to become the first player since Gene Sarazen in 1922 to win two major championships before his 22nd birthday. Spieth was unable to keep up that torrid pace, but he’s still a top-20 golfer in the world who won 13 PGA Tour events before age 30.

But who is Jordan Spieth? Below, you’ll find everything you need to know about the Texas native, ranging from personal information to his statistics to the top stories he’s inspired throughout his time on and off the links.

Article Contents

Jordan Spieth
Jordan Spieth playing golf and wearing the Masters’ green jacket | Mike Calendrillo/Sportscasting
  • Quick facts
  • Early life and high school
  • Junior and amateur golf
  • College
  • PGA Tour career
  • Majors performance
  • OWGR history
  • Playing style
  • Caddie
  • Wife, children, and family
  • Net worth and career earnings
  • Sponsors
  • Spieth Family Foundation
  • FAQ

Quick Jordan Spieth facts

  • Full name: Jordan Alexander Spieth
  • Birthday: July 27, 1993
  • Birthplace: Dallas, Texas
  • Parents: Shawn Spieth and Mary Spieth
  • Siblings: Steven Spieth and Ellie Spieth
  • Listed height: 6-foot-1
  • Listed weight: 175 pounds
  • High school: Jesuit College Preparatory School (Dallas, Texas)
  • College: University of Texas
  • Turned pro: 2012
  • PGA Tour playing career: 2012-present
  • Marital status: Married
  • Spouse: Annie Spieth
  • Children: Sammy Spieth

Where did Jordan Spieth grow up and play high school golf?

Jordan Spieth was born on July 27, 1993, in Dallas, Texas, to Shawn and Mary Spieth. He grew up with two younger siblings — his brother, Steven, and his sister, Ellie.

Spieth was a star athlete in multiple sports as a child. Baseball was his first love, but he started to put all his focus on golf by the time he turned 12. While attending St. Monica Catholic School in Dallas, Spieth joined Brookhaven Country Club and began taking lessons from famed golf instructor Cameron McCormick. His potential was evident right away, so Spieth gave up on his baseball dreams to pursue a career in professional golf.

While competing in junior tournaments, Spieth attended the Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas. He graduated in 2011.

Jordan Spieth junior and amateur career

Jordan Spieth as a junior golfer in the rough
Jordan Spieth plays his third shot at the 18th hole during the final day of the 2008 Junior Open Championship held at Hesketh Golf Club | David Cannon/Getty Images

Jordan Spieth was a standout junior golfer before he even reached high school.

When he was just 13 years old, Spieth won the Junior All-Star event at Walnut Creek Country Club in Mansfield, Texas, defeating fellow future PGA Tour pro Justin Thomas by five strokes. The two junior stars became good friends a year later when they were both picked to represent the United States in the Evian Junior Masters in France. They are still close friends today.

Spieth finished runner-up at the Junior PGA Championship in 2008 and 2009. He was named the Rolex Junior Player of the Year by the American Junior Golf Association in 2009, as well. The same year, Spieth won the U.S. Junior Amateur at Trump National Bedminster.

In 2010, Spieth made his PGA Tour debut as an amateur at the Byron Nelson Championship. Not only did he make the cut at just 16 years of age, but he also found himself on the front page of the leaderboard on Sunday and eventually finished in a tie for 16th.

Spieth won the U.S. Junior Amateur again at Gold Mountain in 2011 to join Tiger Woods as the only two-time winners in event history. By his senior year at Jesuit Prep, Spieth had risen to No. 1 in the AJGA Golf Rankings. He was also named to the U.S. Walker Cup team in 2011, where he went 2-1 in three matches.

In 2012, Spieth made his major championship debut at the U.S. Open by sneaking in as an alternate. He finished as the low amateur in 21st place and became the No. 1 amateur in the world shortly after.

Where did Jordan Spieth go to college?

After graduating from Jesuit Prep in 2011, Spieth decided to stay local and attend the University of Texas. He joined the golf team as a top-ranked amateur and wasted no time establishing himself as one of the best players at the Division I level.

As a freshman in 2012, Spieth won three tournaments and led the Longhorns to a national championship. There, Texas defeated Justin Thomas’ Alabama Crimson Tide to win the title. Spieth was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Year and Player of the Year, made the All-Big 12 Team, and was a first-team All-American.

Spieth returned for his sophomore season at Texas, but halfway through the school year, he decided to drop out and turn pro. He was just 19 years old at the time.

Jordan Spieth PGA Tour career

Jordan Spieth talks to the media ahead of the 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Jordan Spieth during his press conference prior to the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at Pebble Beach Golf Links on February 1, 2023 | Tracy Wilcox/PGA Tour via Getty Images

Jordan Spieth became a full-time PGA Tour member in 2013, and although he was only 19 years old, he wasted no time rising to the top of the sport. In July 2013, just two weeks before his 20th birthday, he won the John Deere Classic for his first career PGA Tour victory.

In 2015, Spieth won the Masters in historic fashion to secure his first major championship. Not only did he become the youngest Masters winner ever at 21 years of age, but he also tied Tiger Woods’ 18-hole scoring record at 18 under par.

Two months later, Spieth won the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay for his second major in as many tries. He capped the season off with another win at the Tour Championship and a FedEx Cup title. Spieth won his third major at the 2017 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.

Spieth went through a prolonged slump from 2018-21 in which he failed to win a single event and dropped from No. 1 in the world to No. 92. He worked through some swing changes during that stretch and finally got off the schneid with a win at the Valero Texas Open in 2021. The star golfer is now back where he belongs inside the top 20 in the OWGR.

In all, Spieth has won 13 PGA Tour events and three major championships. He just needs a victory at the PGA Championship to become the sixth player ever to complete the career Grand Slam.

Jordan Spieth 2010 PGA Tour season

Spieth made his PGA Tour debut as a 16-year-old amateur at the 2010 Byron Nelson Championship, where he finished in a tie for 16th.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
Byron Nelson ChampionshipT16-4
St. Jude Classic presented by Smith & NephewCUT+2

Jordan Spieth 2011 PGA Tour season

Spieth returned to the Byron Nelson Championship in 2011 and finished in a tie for 32nd.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
Byron Nelson ChampionshipT32+6

Jordan Spieth 2012 PGA Tour season

In 2012, Spieth made his major championship debut at the U.S. Open, where he finished as the top amateur in 21st place. He made five total starts and finished under par only once.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
Northern Trust OpenCUT+5
Valero Texas OpenT41+4
U.S. OpenT21+7
AT&T NationalCUT+8
John Deere ClassicT58-6

Jordan Spieth 2013 PGA Tour season

In Spieth’s first full-time season on the PGA Tour, he made 18 cuts in 23 starts and recorded nine top-10 finishes. He won his first Tour event at the John Deere Classic by defeating Zach Johnson and David Hearn in a five-hole playoff, and he ended his season by finishing runner-up at the Tour Championship.

Spieth was named Rookie of the Year for his exceptional season.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
Farmers Insurance OpenCUT+1
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AmT22-8
Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.comT2-19
Tampa Bay Championship presented by EverBankT7-5
Shell Houston OpenT50-3
Valero Texas OpenCUT+3
RBC HeritageT9-3
Zurich Classic of New OrleansCUT+1
Wells Fargo ChampionshipT32E
HP Byron Nelson ChampionshipT68+5
Crowne Plaza Invitational at ColonialT7-10
the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide InsuranceT63+7
U.S. OpenCUT+13
AT&T National6-6
The Greenbrier ClassicT23-6
John Deere Classic1-19
The Open ChampionshipT44+10
PGA ChampionshipCUT+8
Wyndham Championship2-14
The BarclaysT19-5
Deutsche Bank ChampionshipT4-17
BMW ChampionshipT16-7
TOUR Championship by Coca-ColaT2-10

Jordan Spieth 2013-14 PGA Tour season

After notching his first PGA Tour victory in his rookie year, Spieth went winless in the 2013-14 season. Still, he missed just three cuts and finished inside the top 25 in 18 of his 27 starts. He also finished runner-up at The Masters in his first career start at Augusta National Golf Club.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions17-10
Northwestern Mutual World ChallengeT16+9
Hyundai Tournament of Champions2-18
Sony Open in HawaiiCUT+1
Farmers Insurance OpenT19-4
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AmT4-8
Northern Trust OpenT12-8
World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play ChampionshipT5
World Golf Championships-Cadillac ChampionshipT34+6
Valspar ChampionshipT20E
Valero Texas Open10-4
Shell Houston OpenCUT+1
Masters TournamentT2-5
RBC HeritageT12-4
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipT4-10
HP Byron Nelson ChampionshipT37-2
Crowne Plaza Invitational at ColonialT14-5
the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide InsuranceT19-5
U.S. OpenT17+4
Quicken Loans NationalT11E
John Deere ClassicT7-16
The Open ChampionshipT36-2
World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational49+5
PGA ChampionshipCUT+6
The BarclaysT22-5
Deutsche Bank ChampionshipT29-5
BMW ChampionshipT8-8
TOUR Championship by Coca-ColaT27+12

Jordan Spieth 2014-15 PGA Tour season

The 2014-15 season is Spieth’s magnum opus on the PGA Tour and one of the most dominant seasons of the last 50 years. He won five official tournaments and two majors and finished inside the top 10 in 15 of his 25 starts.

In April, Spieth won The Masters at 21 years of age to become the youngest winner in tournament history. He won the U.S. Open two months later at Chambers Bay, then won the John Deere Classic in his very next start. In the season finale, Spieth won the Tour Championship to secure the FedEx Cup title.

The 2014-15 season is also the first time Spieth rose to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
World Golf Championships-HSBC ChampionsT35+2
Hero World Challenge1-26
Waste Management Phoenix OpenT7-11
Farmers Insurance OpenCUT+3
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AmT7-16
Northern Trust OpenT4-5
World Golf Championships-Cadillac ChampionshipT17+1
Valspar Championship1-10
Valero Texas Open2-7
Shell Houston OpenT2-16
Masters Tournament1-18
RBC HeritageT11-10
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match PlayT17
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipCUT+3
Crowne Plaza Invitational at ColonialT2-11
AT&T Byron NelsonT30-7
the Memorial Tournament presented by NationwideT3-13
U.S. Open1-5
John Deere Classic1-20
The Open ChampionshipT4-14
World Golf Championships-Bridgestone InvitationalT10-4
PGA Championship2-17
The BarclaysCUT+7
Deutsche Bank ChampionshipCUT+6
BMW ChampionshipT13-11
TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola1-9

Jordan Spieth 2015-16 PGA Tour season

Spieth got off to a hot start in 2015-16 by winning the Hyundai Tournament of Champions and shooting a combined 65 under in his first three events. He looked to be on his way to winning a second straight green jacket, but the Texan melted down in the final round, highlighted by a quadruple bogey on the par-3 12th hole. Spieth went on to finish runner-up to Danny Willett.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
World Golf Championships-HSBC ChampionsT7-15
Hero World Challenge4-20
Hyundai Tournament of Champions1-30
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmT21-7
Northern Trust OpenCUT+5
World Golf Championships-Cadillac ChampionshipT17-1
Valspar ChampionshipT18E
World Golf Championships-Dell Match PlayT9
Shell Houston OpenT13-8
Masters TournamentT2-2
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipCUT-1
AT&T Byron NelsonT18-10
Dean & Deluca Invitational1-17
the Memorial Tournament presented by NationwideT57-3
U.S. OpenT37+9
World Golf Championships-Bridgestone InvitationalT3-3
The Open ChampionshipT30+2
PGA ChampionshipT13-6
The BarclaysT10-5
Deutsche Bank ChampionshipT21-7
BMW Championship9-11
TOUR ChampionshipT17E

Jordan Spieth 2016-17 PGA Tour season

Spieth’s second-best season on the PGA Tour came in 2016-17. He started the year with five straight top-10 finishes and a win at the AT&T Pebble Beach Invitational, then he inched closer to the career Grand Slam by winning the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.

Spieth finished the season in second place in the FedEx Cup standings.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
Hero World ChallengeT6-11
SBS Tournament of ChampionsT3-16
Sony Open in Hawaii3-19
Waste Management Phoenix OpenT9-12
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am1-19
Genesis OpenT22-6
World Golf Championships-Mexico ChampionshipT12-7
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match PlayT30
Shell Houston OpenCUT+2
Masters TournamentT11-1
Zurich Classic of New Orleans4-22
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipCUT+4
AT&T Byron NelsonCUT+3
Dean & Deluca InvitationalT2-9
the Memorial Tournament presented by NationwideT13-6
U.S. OpenT35+1
Travelers Championship1-12
The Open Championship1-12
World Golf Championships-Bridgestone InvitationalT13-4
PGA ChampionshipT28+2
Dell Technologies Championship2-14
BMW ChampionshipT7-13
TOUR ChampionshipT7-7

Jordan Spieth 2017-18 PGA Tour season

Spieth’s curious mid-career slump began in 2017-18. He went winless for the first time since the 2013-14 season and finished outside the top 30 in the FedEx Cup standings for the first time in his career. His best finish, unsurprisingly, came at the Masters with a solo third.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
Hero World ChallengeT3-12
Sentry Tournament of Champions9-12
Sony Open in HawaiiT18-11
Waste Management Phoenix OpenCUTE
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmT20-8
Genesis OpenT9-7
World Golf Championships-Mexico ChampionshipT14-8
Valspar ChampionshipCUT+5
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match PlayT17
Houston OpenT3-16
Masters Tournament3-13
Zurich Classic of New OrleansCUT-4
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipT41-6
AT&T Byron NelsonT21-11
Fort Worth InvitationalT32-5
the Memorial Tournament presented by NationwideCUT+3
U.S. OpenCUT+9
Travelers ChampionshipT42-4
The Open ChampionshipT9-4
World Golf Championships-Bridgestone InvitationalT60+5
PGA ChampionshipT12-8
Dell Technologies ChampionshipT12-10
BMW ChampionshipT55-3

Jordan Spieth 2018-19 PGA Tour season

Spieth’s slump continued into the 2018-19 season. He didn’t notch a top-20 finish until his 14th start of the year, and he only recorded four top-10s in 23 starts.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
Shriners Hospitals for Children OpenT55-7
Mayakoba Golf ClassicCUT-2
Sony Open in HawaiiCUT-1
Farmers Insurance OpenT35-7
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmT45-4
Genesis OpenT51+1
World Golf Championships-Mexico ChampionshipT54+4
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipCUT+1
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match PlayT24
Valero Texas OpenT30-7
Masters TournamentT21-5
RBC HeritageT54+2
AT&T Byron NelsonT29-11
PGA ChampionshipT3-2
Charles Schwab ChallengeT8-5
the Memorial Tournament presented by NationwideT7-10
U.S. OpenT65+6
Travelers ChampionshipCUT+2
The Open ChampionshipT20-1
World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude InvitationalT12-6
Wyndham ChampionshipT78-2
BMW ChampionshipT37-7

Jordan Spieth 2019-20 PGA Tour season

In the COVID-19-shortened 2019-20 season, Spieth made 17 starts and went winless for the third year in a row. He recorded just four top-25 finishes all season and finished a career-worst 107th in the FedEx Cup standings.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
The CJ CupT8-12
Zozo ChampionshipT66+5
World Golf Championships-HSBC ChampionsT43-1
Hero World Challenge16-2
Farmers Insurance OpenT55-1
Waste Management Phoenix OpenCUT+1
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmT9-8
The Genesis InvitationalT59+4
World Golf Championships-Mexico ChampionshipT58+4
Charles Schwab ChallengeT10-11
RBC HeritageT68-4
Travelers ChampionshipT54-6
Workday Charity OpenCUTE
the Memorial Tournament presented by NationwideT13+1
World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude InvitationalT30-4
PGA ChampionshipT71+4
Wyndham ChampionshipT72-2

Jordan Spieth 2020-21 PGA Tour season

After falling as far as 92nd in the OWGR, Spieth finally got back in the winner’s circle in 2021 with his victory at the Valero Texas Open. His resurgent year also included nine top-10s and two runner-up finishes in 25 starts.

By the end of the season, Spieth had jumped back into the top 15 in the OWGR.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
Safeway OpenCUT-1
U.S. OpenCUT+14
The CJ CupT38-4
Zozo ChampionshipT41-11
Vivint Houston OpenCUT+4
Masters TournamentT46+1
Farmers Insurance OpenCUTE
Waste Management Phoenix OpenT4-17
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmT3-15
The Genesis InvitationalT15-4
Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MastercardT4-6
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipT48-1
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match PlayT9
Valero Texas Open1-18
Masters TournamentT3-7
AT&T Byron NelsonT9-18
PGA ChampionshipT30+2
Charles Schwab Challenge2-12
the Memorial Tournament presented by NationwideT18-1
U.S. OpenT19+2
The Open Championship2-13
World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude InvitationalT12-10
BMW ChampionshipT34-11
TOUR ChampionshipT20-4

Jordan Spieth 2021-22 PGA Tour season

In 2022, Spieth missed the cut at the Masters for the first time in his career. It didn’t slow down his season, though, as he bounced back with a win the very next week at the RBC Heritage. He nearly won back-to-back starts at the AT&T Byron Nelson but ended up finishing in second place.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
The CJ CupT18-18
Hero World Challenge20+6
Sentry Tournament of ChampionsT21-18
Farmers Insurance OpenCUT+4
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am2-17
WM Phoenix OpenT60E
The Genesis InvitationalT26-6
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipCUT+7
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match PlayT35
Valero Texas OpenT35-5
Masters TournamentCUT+6
RBC Heritage1-13
AT&T Byron Nelson2-25
PGA ChampionshipT34+4
Charles Schwab ChallengeT7-5
the Memorial Tournament presented by WorkdayT18-2
U.S. OpenT37+7
Travelers ChampionshipCUT+1
Genesis Scottish OpenT10-2
The Open ChampionshipT8-12
FedEx St. Jude ChampionshipCUT+4
BMW ChampionshipT19-6
TOUR ChampionshipT13-12

Jordan Spieth 2022-23 PGA Tour season

Spieth made 22 official starts in the 2022-23 PGA Tour season, not including the Hero World Challenge, and his best finish was a solo second at the RBC Heritage.

TournamentFinishing positionScore to par
The CJ CupT52+1
Hero World Challenge15+1
Sentry Tournament of ChampionsT13-19
Sony Open in HawaiiCUT-1
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmT63E
WM Phoenix OpenT6-11
The Genesis InvitationalCUT+2
Arnold Palmer InvitationalT4-7
Players ChampionshipT19-6
Valspar ChampionshipT3-8
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match PlayT31
Masters TournamentT4-7
RBC Heritage2-17
Wells Fargo ChampionshipCUT+7
PGA ChampionshipT29+5
Charles Schwab ChallengeMC+4
The Memorial TournamentT5-4
U.S. OpenCUT+3
Scottish OpenCUT+1
The Open ChampionshipT23E
FedEx St. Jude ChampionshipT6-11
BMW ChampionshipT34+1
Tour Championship27+1

Jordan Spieth majors performances

Jordan Spieth poses with the Claret Jug.
Jordan Spieth celebrates with the Claret Jug after winning the 146th Open Championship at Royal Birkdale | Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Spieth has won three major championships in his career. He won the Masters and the U.S. Open in 2015 and the Open Championship in 2017. The only major trophy missing from his collection is the Wanamaker Trophy for the PGA Championship.

Spieth’s best major throughout his career has been the Masters. He’s recorded five top-three finishes at Augusta National in nine tries and only missed the cut once. His worst major over the years has been the PGA Championship, where he hasn’t won and has only notched two top-10s.

Jordan Spieth Masters performances

Spieth has been in love with Augusta National since the first time he stepped on the grounds. In 10 starts at the Masters, he’s recorded a win and five top-three finishes.

YearPosR1R2R3R4Score to par

Jordan Spieth PGA Championship performances

The PGA Championship is the only major tournament Spieth needs to win to complete the career Grand Slam. The closest he came to a victory was a runner-up finish in 2015.


Jordan Spieth U.S. Open performances

Spieth hasn’t played particularly well at the U.S. Open in his career. In 11 starts, he’s recorded just three top-20 finishes and has missed the cut three times.

That said, Spieth did win the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay in 2015.


Jordan Spieth Open Championship performances

Besides the Masters, the Open Championship is the major Spieth has played the best. He’s notched five top-10 finishes in 10 starts and won the 2017 British Open at Royal Birkdale.


Jordan Spieth Official World Golf Ranking

When Spieth first became a full-time PGA Tour member in 2013, he was ranked No. 807 in the OWGR. He didn’t take long to jump up the rankings, though, as he finished the year at No. 22.

A few months into the 2013-14 season, Spieth cracked the top 10 for the first time. He reached No. 1 in the world in 2015 and spent 20 straight weeks there from November 8-March 20.

Spieth remained in the top 10 from the end of 2014 to the end of 2018, but he fell as far as 92nd in 2021 while he was going through his prolonged slump. He’s since rebounded and now sits just outside the top 10 in the OWGR.

  • Current rank: No. 12
  • Lifetime high: No. 1
  • Lifetime low: No. 1,301
  • Weeks ranked No. 1: 26

Jordan Spieth playing style

Jordan Spieth’s strengths and weaknesses on the golf course have fluctuated throughout his career.

In his early years, Spieth was accurate off the tee but not especially long, above average with his irons, and a wizard on and around the greens. During the 2014-15 season, he ranked seventh on Tour in strokes gained around the greens and ninth in strokes gained from putting, per PGA Tour.

Throughout his prime years, Spieth seemed to have a better chance of making a 25-footer than any other player on Tour had of making a 10-foot putt. That strength mysteriously turned into a weakness in 2017-18 when Spieth ranked 123rd in strokes gained from putting and 181st in putting from three feet and in. It’s one of the main reasons he slipped into a multiyear slump.

Spieth has always been aggressive on the golf course. That mindset has created dozens of memorable shots in big moments, but it’s also led to some big numbers and blown leads over the years.

Jordan Spieth caddie

Michael Greller and Jordan Spieth talk through a shot.
Jordan Spieth and caddie Michael Greller prepare to play a shot on the fourth hole during the Sony Open at Waialae Country Club | Harry How/Getty Images

Unlike many PGA Tour pros who go through multiple caddies throughout their careers, Spieth has employed his caddie, Michael Greller, since turning pro in 2013.

The duo first worked together at the U.S. Junior Amateur in 2011. At the time, Greller was a math teacher making some extra money on the side carrying bags in the Seattle area. Spieth won the tournament with Greller by his side, and the two have been inseparable ever since.

Spieth and Greller have such a great player-caddie relationship because they aren’t afraid to disagree with each other. At times, Greller is able to talk Spieth out of an over-aggressive play, but other times, Spieth can’t be convinced. When the Texan decides to ignore his caddie’s advice, he usually says, “This one’s on me, Michael” before hitting the shot. Even if he’s overruled, Greller will support the decision more times than not.

Jordan Spieth wife, children, and family

Spieth has been married to his wife, Annie Spieth (formerly Annie Verrett) since 2018. The couple has been together since high school, and Annie has been Jordan’s biggest fan and support system throughout his entire career.

In November 2021, the Spieths welcomed their first child, a son named Sammy.

Jordan Spieth net worth and career earnings

Thanks to his 13 PGA Tour victories and three major championships, Spieth has made more than $59 million in on-course earnings throughout his career. He currently ranks ninth all-time in on-course earnings on the PGA Tour.

Spieth’s most lucrative season unsurprisingly came in 2014-15 when he won five times and banked more than $12 million. Here’s how his earnings break down year-by-year:


As of 2023, Spieth has a net worth of $120 million, per Celebrity Net Worth.

Jordan Spieth sponsors

Spieth signed with Under Armour when he turned pro in 2012 and quickly became the face of the company’s golf brand. He signed a contract extension with Under Armour in 2022 that will run through 2029.

Spieth is also sponsored by Titleist, AT&T, Rolex, Brigtspot, FanDuel, NetJets, LivPur, Full Swing, SuperStroke, and Invited, per his official website.

Jordan Spieth Family Foundation

Spieth’s younger sister, Ellie, was born with a neurological disorder that placed her on the autism spectrum. In 2014, he teamed up with his parents and younger brother and founded the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation to help those with similar conditions.

“The Jordan Spieth Family Foundation offers a platform for Jordan to lend time, help grow awareness and offer financial support for four philanthropic areas: individuals with special needs, junior golf, military families and veterans, and pediatric cancer,” his website reads.

Jordan Spieth FAQ

Where is Jordan Spieth from?

Jordan Spieth was born in Dallas, Texas, to parents Shawn and Mary Spieth.

How old is Jordan Spieth?

Born on July 27, 1993, Jordan Spieth is now 30 years old.

How tall is Jordan Spieth?

Jordan Spieth is 6-foot-1.

How many majors has Jordan Spieth won?

Jordan Spieth has won three majors — the Masters in 2015, the U.S. Open in 2015, and the Open Championship in 2017.

Is Jordan Spieth married?

Jordan Spieth has been married to Annie Spieth since 2018.

Does Jordan Spieth have a child?

Jordan Spieth has one child, a son named Sammy Spieth who was born on Nov. 14, 2021.

How much is Jordan Spieth worth?

Jordan Spieth’s net worth is $120 million, per Celebrity Net Worth.

Has Jordan Spieth won the British Open?

Jordan Spieth won the British Open on July 23, 2017, at Royal Birkdale.

Has Jordan Spieth won the Masters?

Jordan Spieth won the Masters in 2015 at 21 years of age. He’s the youngest golfer ever to win at Augusta National.

Who caddies for Jordan Spieth?

Michael Greller has served as Jordan Spieth’s caddie since 2011.

What clubs does Jordan Spieth use?

Jordan Spieth uses Titleist clubs from his driver down to his wedges. He uses a TSi3 driver, a TS2 3 wood, 818 H2 hybrids, T100 and T200 irons, Vokey SM9 wedges, and a Scotty Cameron Circle T 009 putter, per Golf Span.

Where does Jordan Spieth live?

When he’s not roaming around in an RV, Jordan Spieth lives in Dallas, Texas, in a $7.1 million mansion with his wife, Annie, and son, Sammy.

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