Jordan Spieth's High School Girlfriend & Wife To Be, Fascinating Love & Dating Affair
American professional golfer Jordan Spieth has carved his name as the second-youngest champion in the US Masters Champion history. Like said, Jordan's success is backed up by his other half in the competition. Also, his high school sweetheart was spotted with tears of joy when the 23-years old golfer claimed his first major title back in 2015.
While the women have been flooding their love message to the dashing sportsman, his heart holds the childhood sweetheart who never missed his competition.
Born to the athlete parents, Jordan family line has a deep linkage to the sports, which might be the reason for his prospective progress in the sports. Also, his other half was by his side, when he became the youngest American to win the British Open at the young age of 23 in 2017.
High School Sweetheart To Fiance
Golfer Jordan Spieth is awaiting to exchange the wedding vows with his childhood sweetheart, Annie Verret whom he has been dating since the high school. They have known each other since high school in Texas but went separate college as he attended all-boys Jesuit College Preparatory School and she went to sister-school Ursuline Academy.
Well, the three-time major champion Jordan Spieth celebrated the very special Christmas Ever last year on 2017 as he got engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Annie Verret.
The engagement news of the high school sweetheart aired after Golf Digest congratulate the happiest couple on the Twitter.
Jordan Spieth engaged to Annie Verret on December 2017 (Photo: Golf Digest's Twitter)
Also, the snap was shared where Verret was showing the giant new diamond ring.
Fiance's Support; Wife-To-Be As Lucky Charm
The 23-year-old Annie, who is an event coordinator with the First Tee of Dallas, was by Jordan's side when he won the British Open and has always been with him. And after the tournament, the golfer told reporters that he puts his personal life ahead of his professional life, i.e., sports career.
"My faith and then my family, and then after that, you know, this is what I love to do.”
He further added:
“[Golf is] not No. 1 in my life. And I’ll have a family of my own someday and that will be — golf will be fourth. So as of now, you know, my relationships I have with my best friends and my family and my girlfriend are second and golf’s third.”
Well, though his girlfriend-turned fiancee was with him when he collected the third major win in the British Open champion, his family were ready to celebrate the victory after his arrival.
Jordan, who was born as the eldest among the three siblings, regards his younger sister who has the neurological disorder as the inspiration for his prospective career. His family which also includes his younger basketball player brother makes the regular appearance on Jordan's social media accounts along with his wife-to-be.
From his parents to his siblings and his girlfriend, Jordan has one of the strongest support systems in his sports career. And also, Anne, who has never missed any of his games, seems to be the lucky charm of Jordan.
Since the wedding bells are going to ring, the couple has not revealed their married plans. It seems they are soon to be sharing the good news as the couple lives in the £5.9 million Texas mansion in their native Dallas.