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Not many young phenoms live up to the hype. But to be fair, not many are wired like Jordan Spieth.
After a stellar amateur career, Spieth has won 12 times during his PGA Tour career, most recently at the Valero Texas Open, his first victory since the 2017 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
With his 2017 Travelers Championship victory (which produced an epic celebration), Spieth joined Tiger Woods as the only other player to win 10 times on Tour before turning 24 years old since World War II.
The Texan and former world No. 1 has also won the Australian Open twice (2014 and 2016) and the Hero World Challenge, also in 2014.
Spieth has taken home more than $44 million in on-course earnings in his career.
Take a scroll through history and re-live all of Spieth’s wins.
2013 John Deere Classic
Spieth shot 65 in the final three rounds and holed out from a bunker on his final hole to force a playoff with defending champion Zach Johnson and David Hearn at 19 under. The playoff went five holes with the 19-year-old Spieth coming out victorious.
"I don't know what I did to deserve all those breaks," Spieth said.
Jordan Spieth holds the winner's check after winning a three-way, five-hole sudden death playoff at the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run on July 14, 2013 in Silvis, Illinois. (Photo: Michael Cohen-Getty Images)
2015 Valspar Championship
Spieth's second win also came via a playoff, this time taking down Patrick Reed and Sean O'Hair with an incredible walk-off birdie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RV0JCvOqDUw
2015 Masters Tournament
A month after winning the Valspar, Spieth rode that momentum down Magnolia Lane and around Augusta National all the way to Butler Cabin. Spieth beat Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose by four shots at 18 under to earn his first major title.
Jordan Spieth poses with his green jacket after winning the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. (Photo: Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports)
2015 U.S. Open
Spieth didn't take long to win his second major title, claiming the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay by just one shot over Dustin Johnson and Louis Oosthuizen after a wild final round (you might remember DJ missing a three footer to force a playoff).
Jordan Spieth kisses the trophy after winning the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay. (Photo: Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports)
2015 John Deere Classic
Have you heard the one where Spieth won in a playoff? His second John Deere title and fifth win on Tour came after a playoff with Tom Gillis,
Jordan Spieth after winning the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run. (Photo: Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports)
2015 Tour Championship
Spieth already had the PGA Tour's Player of the Year honors in the bag, but he put the perfect end to his stellar season with a fifth win at the season-finale Tour Championship.
Jordan Spieth stands with his trophies after winning the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup at East Lake Golf Club. (Photo: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports)
2016 Hyundai Tournament of Champions
After five wins in 2015, it's only natural that Spieth begin 2016 by winning the Hyundai Tournament of Champions at 30 under, eight shots clear of runner-up Patrick Reed.
Jordan Spieth poses with the trophy after winning the Hyundai Tournament of Champions at Kapalua Resort - The Plantation Course. (Photo: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports)
2016 Dean & DeLuca Invitational
Spieth had himself a weekend at Colonial Country Club in 2016, shooting consecutive rounds of 65 for his first professional win in his home state of Texas at 17 under, three clear of Harris English. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-JYsytjnw0
2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Spieth started the final round with a six-shot lead and cruised to a four-shot win
Jordan Spieth talks with the media following his victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at Pebble Beach Golf Links. (Photo: Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports)
2017 Travelers Championship
Spieth began the 2017 Travelers with an opening-round 63 but found himself in, you guessed it, a playoff on Sunday. How did he win it? By doing the most Jordan Spieth thing imaginable. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsAythDzjXg
2017 Open Championship
While this major win will be remembered for the marathon par-4, 13th hole where Spieth went right of right and took an unplayable lie and dropped from the practice area, let's not forget he won wire-to-wire with four sub-70 rounds at an Open Championship. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDmFbsEhNF0
2021 Valero Texas Open
A win three-plus years in the making. Spieth had been rounding into form early in the 2021 season and got back to his winning ways in front of a home crowd at TPC San Antonio.
Jordan Spieth holds the trophy after winning the Valero Texas Open. (Photo: Daniel Dunn-USA TODAY Sports)