For a golfer under the age of 30, Jordan Spieth’s net worth is quite remarkable. The only other golfer I can remember to have such a high net worth at such a young age was the richest golfer – Tiger Woods. Of course, as a huge Phil Mickelson blogger, I always cheer for him first, but cover the sport with two eyes wide open and intrigued by the amount of money that can be amassed for keeping the ball down the middle of the fairway!
How Much is Jordan Spieth Worth?
With some very well paying endorsements, Spieth could be worth $100 million, according to net worth tracker The Street. This figure accounts for over $40 million in earnings he made while playing and getting paid handsomely by sponsors in just the years 2017 and 2018.
At the time of writing this, Spieth has 11 PGA Championships on his already impressive, yet growing, resume.
The year 2013 was when Jordan Spieth was put firmly on the map, playing excellent golf en route to making the cut in 18 events. After starting the year with five top ten finishes, he won a tournament in June, and he had yet to turn 20 years old!
He followed up the banner year in 2013 by having an equally impressive 2014, and earned his first trip to the Ryder Cup.
Jordan Spieth Career Earnings from Golf
PGA.com has his earnings with them at over $38 million, and this largely is noted to not include play in international events. He is also signed to an endorsement deal with Under Armour, who is no stranger to having the best athletes in the world on their roster promoting products. He joins basketball great Steph Curry along with none other than Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in promoting the UA brand globally and as the official face of Under Armour Golf.
Jordan Spieth is reportedly living in his native Dallas, having bought a house for over $7 million from fellow golfer Hunter Mahan. The mansion is 16,000 square feet, including an underground garage and a full basketball court.