"It is easy to forget that Spieth is new to professional golf and only recently turned 20-years-old, especially when one considers that Under Armour is only one of a number of companies endorsed by the new kid on the course. In addition to Under Armour, Spieth has signed agreements with Rolex, NetJets, BioSteel Sports Supplements, Titleist and Brightspot. Spieth’s agreement with Titleist was signed a couple weeks ago and is a bag and golf club deal. His newest professional relationship is with Brightspot, which is assisting the golfer with establishing a web presence and a mobile app platform, along with setting up a charitable entity currently called the Jordan Spieth Foundation."
PGA Tour Golfer Jordan Spieth Striking Gold On-And-Off The Course http://t.co/Se6Yt6paK9 via @forbes— David Gang (@gangeroo) September 19, 2013