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Jordan Spieth is the man I want my future son to be. Not only is he one of the greatest golfers on the PGA Tour right now at the age of 21, but he is also one of the greatest all-around guys you’ll ever meet. We’ve seen his humility in all of his post-round interviews. He even gave us this great quote, “Me speaking about humility is very difficult because that wouldn’t be humility.” He also portrays that same humility off of the course.
While attending Jesuit High School in Dallas, he had to work for his tuition. While in the work grant program, he received the Joseph M. Murphy Memorial Scholarship Fund that helped fund his tuition at Jesuit. When he was a Junior, he took the time out from absolutely destroying the competition to pen the following thank you letter to the family who set up the scholarship.
— Barry Horn (@bhorn55) April 14, 2015
Little did he know that five and a half years later he would be realizing that dream.
What a class act. I can only imagine what it would be like to play in a grouping with him. Here’s to many more majors, Jordan.
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