At just 22-years-old, Jordan Spieth has been setting records on the golf course and living the life off it.
The Dallas, Texas, native is already a 2-time major champion, the 2013 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, a FedExCup champion and the Player of the Year (2015).
Spieth is piling up the money from both on-course earnings and endorsement deals, which are aplenty for the marketable 2015 Masters and U.S. Open winner.
So how much does Spieth make?
Here’s what you need to know about Spieth’s net worth:
1. Spieth’s Estimated Net Worth is Believed to be Over $70 Million
While we don’t know exactly how much Spieth has in his bank account, a few websites have it approximated at over $70 million.
The majority of Spieth’s income comes from his endorsements, which include Under Armour, AT&T, Coca-Cola and Rolex.
It’s estimated he’s grossed close to $150 million so far, but then things such as taxes, caddie and employee payroll, and other general expenses come into play.
One smart move Spieth has made was to continue to call Texas his home. Texas doesn’t have state income tax.
He’s also been investing since he was 20.
2. He Has Made Over $4 on the Course in 2016
Spieth set a record in on-course earnings in 2015, breaking a mark set by Tiger Woods in 2007.
Spieth pulled in over $22 million, which included the $10M FedEx Cup bonus, to best Woods by a little over $1 million.
And for 2016, he’s off to a hot start, too. Spieth has made $4.089M this season, good for third on the PGA Tour Money List heading into the U.S. Open.
Here’s a breakdown on Spieth’s career earnings:
2016 — $4,089,862
2015 — $22,030,465
2014 — $4,342,748
2013 — $3,879,820
Spieth also won $50,150 on the Web.com Tour in 2013.
So overall on the course, Spieth has made $34,393,045 over his career. And he’s still only 22.
3. Spieth is in the Top 10 on Forbes’ Highest-Paid Athlete List for 2016
Spieth has not only soared in the World Golf Rankings, but also in the richest athletes poll as well.
According to Forbes, Spieth is No. 9 on the 2016 World’s Highest-Paid Athlete list.
Spieth, one spot behind golfer Phil Mickelson in the rankings, earned $52.8 million. Forbes had Spieth raking in $20.8 million in golf salary and another $32M in endorsements.
That’s a jump from No. 85 in 2015.
The Texan also has the distinction of being the youngest member on the list. He’s younger than Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving by 16 months.
4. AT&T is One of Spieth’s Sponsors and He’s Appeared in a Commercial
A huge chunk of Spieth’s change comes from his endorsement deals. And the soon-to-be 23-year-old calls some of the biggest names in business his partners.
Spieth’s custom-made golf clubs are from Titleist with grips by SuperStroke, and his on-course outfits are by Under Armour.
He also has sponsorship deals with Coca-Cola, AT&T, Rolex, Perfect Sense, and NetJets helps with all the travelling a PGA Tour pro has to do.
In fact, Spieth starred in an AT&T commercial which aired during the Masters 2016 which also featured his parents, his caddie Michael Greller and Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. You can check it out above.
Spieth also has a new Coca-Cola commercial airing during the U.S. Open:
Click here to check out all of Spieth’s partners and management team.
5. Spieth’s $7M Home is Nearly 17,000 Square Feet
In April of 2015, Spieth bought a $2.3 million home in the Preston Hollow neighborhood in Dallas.
Since then he’s upgraded.
Earlier in 2016, Spieth purchased a mansion for about $7.1 million in the same area. The home, which was previously owned by fellow golfer Hunter Mahan, was originally listed at $8.495 million, so it appears Spieth got a great deal.
The new place covers over 16,500 square feet and features a 12-car garage, an Infinity pool and an elevator.
Click here to see pictures of the luxurious home.
Here’s a rundown of some of the home’s amenities:
— Private Gated Community
— 1.08 Acre Lot
— 16,665 square feet
— Large Master Suite
— Infinity Edge Pool
— Indoor Basketball Court
— 12 by 16 square foot Golf Simulator
— Interior Courtyard with Spa and Fire Pit
— Full Outdoor Kitchen
— Wine Cellar
— Private guest quarters with kitchenette and separate entrance
— 5 Bedrooms
— 6 Bathrooms / 2 Half Baths
— 12 Car Garage