Jordan Spieth burst on to the PGA Tour scene back in 2015 with five emphatic wins, including victories at The Masters and the US Open.
During that season, Spieth earned a massive $12,030,465 and rocketed to World No.1 for the first time in his career. It was also the year Spieth began to build his earnings and endorsements on the PGA Tour.
Spieth won his third major title - his last victory to date on the PGA Tour - at the Open Championship in 2017 in a thrilling battle with Matt Kuchar. The 27-year-old documented his clutch putting and dialled-in approach shots on the back nine in the final round at Royal Birkdale to lift the Claret Jug for the first time in his career.
The talented Texan is currently 18th in all-time earnings on the PGA Tour with $42,918,466 in prize money, largely down to winning 11 times on the PGA Tour, including three majors at The Masters, US Open and The Open.
Along the way, Spieth has gained a large sum of sponsors with arguably the most popular being Under Armour, which he is splashed in from head to tee when out on the golf course.
The three-time major champion also has partnerships with Titleist, Rolex, NetJets, and also AT&T, who sponsor the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Spieth has also teamed up with Full Swing, Brightspot and Club Champion to add to his list of endorsement deals.
In 2020, Spieth was ranked 52nd on a list of the world's highest-paid athletes by Forbes with a predicted value of $27.6 million.
It is estimated that Jordan Spieth is currently worth $110 million in 2021. Spieth is considered to be one the most marketable stars in golf, and given his recent resurgence on the PGA Tour, that number is likely to only grow ever more over the coming years.