Born in Dallas Texas, Jordan Spieth was the second youngest golfer to win the U.S Masters in 2015. In the same year Jordan won the U.S Open in which he was the youngest U.S Open Champion since 1923. After a second placed finish at the 2015 PGA Championship to Jason Day, Jordan became the world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking. Jordan's successful 2015 ended with him winning the 2015 FedEx Cup.
Jordan also won 2015 PGA Player of the Year, PGA Tour Player of the Year, Byron Nelson for leading the tour scoring average and Arnold Palmer for leading the tour's money list for 2015. Jordan is the youngest player to both play on the U.S Presidents Cup Team and Youngest Player to earn PGA Tour membership.
Jordan has also established his own foundation helping disadvantaged families and special needs youth.
Jordan' s 2014 Emirates Australian Open Victory set a foundation for his breakout 2015 in which he recorded 5 tour wins and 14 top ten finishes. Jordan has returned to The Emirates Australian Open in both 2015 and 2016 in which he came 2nd in a play-off and won his second title in 2016. Jordan has confirmed he will be playing again at The Australian Golf Club competing for his third Australian Open victory in four years. Jordan recovered from a shaky start on the last day to win the 2017 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale by a 3 shot margin with Jordan sinking some long range putts on the final day.
- John Deere Classic 2014 winner on fifth hole of three-way play-off.
- Ryder Cup Team Selection.
- Winner of Emirates Australian Open on PGA Tour of Australasia.
- Was Second youngest golfer to win the U.S Masters in 2015.
- Youngest U.S Open Champion since 1923
- 2015 became the world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking.
- Won 2015 FedEx Cup.
- Winner 2015 PGA Player of the Year
- PGA Tour Player of the Year
- Byron Nelson for leading the tour scoring average and Arnold Palmer for leading the tour's money list for 2015.