Jordan Spieth’s girlfriend Annie Verret has been with him since his high school. She attended Ursuline Academy in Dallas, Texas and he attended nearby Jesuit College Prep in Dallas, Texas. Annie finished up a degree in business at Texas Tech and served as a business ambassador at the Rawls College of Business there. Jordan attended University of Texas, which wasn’t all that far from his sweetheart.
With a rocket strapped to his back, Jordan has taken over the PGA dominating majors and forcefully entering his name to the general public lexicon. Annie has become a mini-internet-celebrity, as the public waits in anticipation to see if she will be waiting to celebrate with Spieth as he wins yet another title.
Life is just getting going for Jordan Spieth’s girlfriend Annie Verret, She completed her degree at Texas Tech with a 4.0 GPA. Veret had her name on the dean’s list and was twice named to the President’s Honor Roll. I find that pretty impressive, given that she could have easily rested on her boyfriend’s laurels. Or coattails. Or something like that. Annie currently works at the The First Tee of Greater Dallas as an event coordinator. The organization helps less fortunate children afford to play golf, something they normally wouldn’t be able to do or likely even exposed to at all.
Jordan Spieth is just barely old enough to legally drink. Don’t let his age fool you, though, Jordan’s rocketing up the PGA ranks. Just look at what he accomplished last year. Last year, before he even turned twenty, steely-eyed Spieth notched his first PGA tour win in a three-way sudden-death playoff. He was the first teenager to win a PGA event in 82 years. Upon winning, Spieth was granted full status as a PGA member, earning him entry into a slew of majors, and was selected to play on the prestigious President’s Cup as the captain’s pick- a high honor. By the end of the year, Spieth had moved himself up to the 59th ranked golfer in the world. He started the year ranked 810th! To top it off, Jordan earned the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Award.
Jordan has also started a charitable group called the Jordan Spieth Foundation, which helps out special needs kids and children with autism. Annie Verret is impressed, and so are we.