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          Jordan Spieth
          Jordan Spieth
          Jordan Spieth
          United StatesUnited States
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          Metric
          6  ft, 1  in
          185 cm
          Height
          175 lbs
          79 kg
          Weight
          26
          AGE
          2012
          Turned Pro
          University of Texas
          College
          Dallas, Texas
          Birthplace
          6  ft, 1  in
          185 cm
          Height
          175 lbs
          79 kg
          Weight
          26
          AGE
          2012
          Turned Pro
          University of Texas
          College
          Dallas, Texas
          Birthplace
          97
          FEDEXCUP Rank
          95
          FEDEXCUP Points
          OWGR44
          OWGR
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          Scoring Average
          Highlights Jordan Spieth skips one in for birdie at Hero In the second round of the 2017 Hero World Challenge, Jordan Spieth's chip shot crashes into the flagstick and in for birdie on the par-3 8th hole.
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          May 27, 2019
          ByStaff, PGATOUR.COM
          Youth of current, veteran and reservist military members to have access to The First Tee of Fort Worth’s programming completely free of charge

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          Jordan Spieth

          Full Name

          SPEETH

          Pronunciation

          6  ft, 1  in

          185 cm

          Height

          175 lbs

          79 kg

          Weight

          July 27, 1993

          Birthday

          26

          AGE

          Dallas, Texas

          Birthplace

          Dallas, Texas

          Residence

          Wife, Annie

          Family

          University of Texas

          College

          2012

          Turned Pro

          40,496,009

          Career Earnings

          Dallas, TX, United States

          City Plays From

        • Masters Tournament: Despite opening- and closing-round scores of 3-over 75 in his fourth appearance at the Masters, managed to finish at 1-under 287 and T11 on the strength of second- and third-round scores of 69-68, respectively. Was just two strokes off the lead after 54 holes, before the Sunday 75 left him eight strokes back. The par-3 12th hole, which caused his demise in the final round of 2016 (quadruple bogey), struck again in the 2017 final round (double bogey). The finish marked his first time at Augusta to finish outside the top two.
        • AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Making his 100th professional PGA TOUR start (108 overall including amateur starts), finished 19-under 268 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for a four-stroke victory over Kelly Kraft. At the age of 23 years, 6 months, 16 days, joined Tiger Woods (23-5-7) as the only two players to win nine times before the age of 24 (since World War II). In addition, became the second youngest winner at the event, trailing only 1981 champion John Cook (23 years, 4 months). The AT&T sponsored athlete won in his fifth start in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am where he finished inside the top 25 in every start: Won-2017, T21-2016, T7-2015, T4-2014 and T22-2013. With the win, Spieth extended the stretch of American-born players to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to 13, with the last international winner of the event being Vijay Singh in 2004. Improved to seven of 12 when carrying the lead/co-lead into the final round, including seven of his last eight attempts.
        • Waste Management Phoenix Open: Gradually worked his way up the leaderboard at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, opening with a 1-under 70 before shooting 68-67-67 to finish at 12-under 272 and in a tie for ninth place.
        • Sony Open in Hawaii: Having missed the cut in his only other Sony Open in Hawaii start (2014), shot a final-round 63 to finish third and eight shots behind winner Justin Thomas. Was paired with Thomas the first two days, getting a birds-eye view of Thomas' opening 11-under 59.
        • SBS Tournament of Champions: Making his PGA TOUR season debut, closed with an 8-under 65 to finish T3 at the SBS Tournament of Champions in his attempt to become the first player to successfully defend at Kapalua since Geoff Ogilvy (2009-2010). Led the field with 26 birdies, one more than champion Justin Thomas. Marked his third top-three finish in as many starts at the winners-only event: 2nd-2014, 1st-2016, T3-2017.
        • 2016 Season

          Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, progressing to the TOUR Championship each time. Entered the season finale in the No. 7 position in the FedExCup standings and finished T17 at East Lake to end his season No. 9 in the FedExCup standings (the best finish by a defending FedExCup champion). Recorded 16 top-25 finishes from 21 starts. Of those, four were top-five showings, including wins at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions and the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational.

          2015 Season

          Capped off a historical five-win season that included two major victories by winning the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola to become the FedExCup champion. Made 21 of 25 cuts with 15 top-10s during a season where he earned Player of the Year honors.

        • AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am: Two weeks later, made a charge at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, posting four rounds in the 60s. Recorded back-to-back, 4-under 68s on the weekend at Pebble Beach to claim a T7 with Matt Jones and 54-hole leader Jim Furyk at 16-under 271.
        • Waste Management Phoenix Open: In his first start at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, posted four sub-par scores (70-68-70-65) to finish at 11-under 273 at TPC Scottsdale, good for a T7 with Freddie Jacobson and Graham DeLaet. Immediately after signing his scorecard Sunday, hopped in a rented SUV with several other PGA TOUR players to attend the Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots in nearby Glendale later that afternoon.
        • Hero World Challenge: The following week, maintained his momentum by overwhelming the field at the Hero World Challenge outside Orlando. Opened with a 6-under 66 at Isleworth G&CC to take the first-round lead and never looked back. Led by two at the halfway mark then took control of the event with a 9-under 63 in the third round. Coasted from there, shooting another 66 on the final day to defeat Henrik Stenson by a tournament-record-breaking 10 shots. His 26-under 262 was also a tournament record, and he became the first wire-to-wire winner in tournament history. The previous margin-of-victory record came courtesy of Tiger Woods in 2007, when he defeated Zach Johnson by seven strokes. Woods also watched his previous tournament 72-hole scoring record disappear (266 at Sherwood CC in 2007).
        • 2014 Season

          Extremely consistent sophomore season, making the cut in 24 of 27 starts and recording eight top-10 finishes (one shy of the nine he recorded in 2013). Campaign highlighted by a berth on the U.S. Ryder Cup team, as well as runner-up finishes at the Masters Tournament and Hyundai Tournament of Champions and a T4 outing at THE PLAYERS Championship.

          2013 Season

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          Amateur Highlights

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