If you don't know the name Jordan Spieth, you should; the 22-year-old won the Masters in 2015 in a stunning show of prowess ... and promise. He became the youngest man to win the tournament.
Spieth (shown here at age 16) is named after another sports hero: Michael Jordan.
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Here he is at 21 years old, wearing the traditional green jacket given to winners of the Masters.
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The media has already crowned Spieth as the next sexy thing. Buzzfeed has dubbed him "extremely hot" and "smokin' hot,"; "Time" has noted that "women are throwing themselves" at him.
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A combination of a Masters triumph and a lucrative contract with sponsor Under Armour has led to speculation that Spieth could be golf's next $100 million athlete.
Sensing that Spieth was about to hit it big, Under Armour in January tore up an existing contract it had with the golfer and signed him to a brand-new, decade-long deal.
Details weren't disclosed, but it's safe to assume he isn't hurting for cash.
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The Masters prize that Spieth won on Sunday? A hefty $1.8 million.
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Spieth is dating his high school sweetheart, business student Annie Verret. And, as Spieth noted in a hashtag on a recent Instagram post, #shesgoodlooking.
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Spieth's Under Armour deal requires him to wear top-to-toe Under Armour at all times; that often means 10 UA logos on his person at the same time.
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Spieth's biggest inspiration, he says, is younger sister Ellie, 14, who is autistic. "I can't wait to get back to her and maybe let her try on the [Masters green] jacket," he said after his win.
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Other athletes may throw tantrums, but Spieth? Nope.
His only hint of frustration during the Masters came when he sliced a shot halfway through the final round. His reaction? "Oh dear."
The 21-year-old golfer equaled Tiger Woods' 1997 record winning score of 18 under par at this year's Masters.
He's the second-youngest winner -- behind only Woods, who was 155 days younger during his winning year.
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The Texas native just loves the food of his home state.
He already plans to serve "some form of Texas BBQ" at next year's Champions Dinner.
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Like a certain Tiger Woods, Spieth has been dazzling the golf world since he was a kid.
At 16, Spieth (again, just like Woods) got an exemption to play the prestigious Byron Nelson Championship in Texas.
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What were you doing at age 19? Spieith was kind of busy winning his first PGA tour event: The John Deere Classic.
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Spieth's caddy is former schoolteacher Michael Greller, who has been with the golfer since the dawn of his career.