In May 2014 Jordan Spieth and AT & T signed a contact estimated to be around $10 million a year, Jordan needs to win golf tournaments over an extended period of time to increase the number of endorsements and the dollar amounts for each deal.
Jordan belongs to the same golf club in Dallas as AT&T chief executive Randall Stephenson.
“We expect (Jordan) to be a great ambassador for our brand,” Mark Wright, vice president media services and sponsorships for AT&T. “He’s a terrific young man and a tremendous golfer with unlimited potential.”
Spieth now is the face of golf for AT&T.