Jordan Spieth is just 24-years old, but the golfer has already won three of the four golf majors. He won his first major in 2015 at Augusta. Spieth finished four strokes ahead of Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose. He followed up the green jacket win two months later by securing his first U.S. Open. He finished out the PGA season with a second-place finish at the PGA Championships.
The American golfer turned professional in 2012. His professional debut came after winning the U.S. Junior Amateur two times. Spieth’s victories at the tournament make him only the second player to ever win the event twice. When Spieth turned professional, he was still a student at the University of Texas. It didn’t take the youngster long to win his first PGA Tour event. Spieth topped David Hearn and Zach Johnson in a playoff at the John Deere Classic. Although it took nearly two years for Spieth to get his next PGA Tour win, he was victories at the Emirates Australian Open in 2014.
Spieth’s 2017 saw him win the Open Championship for the first time. The American won by three strokes over Matt Kuchar. It led him to his third major victory. Spieth could join a short list of golfers who have won all four majors. He is currently just missing the PGA Championship from his list of triumphs. He has a number of years left to win the tournament and etch his name into history as one of the few golfers to win the grand slam.
The golfer nearly won the Masters tournament again in 2018 but came up just short. Spieth finished third in at Augusta. Spieth is one of the brightest players in golf today. The golfer is already in the top 20 of the PGA Tour All-Time Money Winners list with $37,280,430.