Jordan Alexander Spieth, an American professional golfer, competes on the PGA Tour. Born on July 27, 1993, in Dallas, Texas, he has achieved the status of a former world number one player and has secured victory in three major tournaments.
Spieth received golf instruction at Brookhaven Country Club. Following his education at Jesuit College Preparatory School, he continued his golf career at the University of Texas, where he played collegiate golf. However, he made the decision to turn professional during his sophomore year.
Spieth claimed the title of the youngest U.S. Open Champion since Bobby Jones in 1923. Before his current involvement on the PGA Tour, he has competed on both the European Tour and PGA Tour of Australasia. Additionally, Spieth represented the United States as a member of the 2014 U.S. Ryder Cup team.
Having secured sixteen professional victories, Spieth adheres to the Catholic faith and actively participates in the PGA Bible Study. He makes his home in Dallas, Texas, where he resides with his family.
Jordan Spieth Siblings: Meet Ellie Spieth and Steven Spieth
Ellie Spieth and Steven Spieth are the younger siblings of Jordan Spieth.
Ellie was born prematurely and faces challenges due to a neurological disorder that has impacted her development. She didn’t begin speaking until the age of four.
Steven Spieth shares his older brother Jordan’s athletic prowess. He played basketball as a guard for Brown University while studying Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizations.