Jordan Spieth burst onto the golfing scene, picking up his first two majors less than three years into his professional career.
His Open win of 2017 meant he'd won three different majors in just 18 professional starts, and looked like the man to beat in golf's big four.
But a remarkable drop in form almost saw Spieth fall outside the world's top 100, and he's currently major-less since 2017.
Read all you need to know about the 2017 PGA TOUR Player of the Year below.
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Born on 27th July 1993, Spieth is 29 years old.
Having racked up two majors before turning 22, Spieth was one of the most marketable golfers on the circuit, amassing several major endorsement deals backing up his prize money on the course, and his reported net worth as of 2023 is around $110m.
Yes, Jordan Spieth is featured in the first episode, Frenemies, with Justin Thomas, which shows his friendship with Thomas, as well as his win at the 2022 RBC Heritage.
Spieth and Thomas are very close friends and have played golf together since the age of 13, with Spieth acting as best man at Thomas's wedding in 2022.
Jordan Spieth's caddy is Michael Greller, and has been since Spieth's victorious US Junior Amateur in 2011.
Few players have ever had such a good record at a major through their first five appearances as Jordan Spieth at the Masters. Spieth finished second on his maiden appearance, winning the following year. Spieth was cruising to another Green Jacket when leading by six strokes on the back nine on Sunday before a collapse saw him finish second.
His finishes since then read T11-3-T21-T46-T3-CUT.
Spieth's first major win came at Augusta in 2015 on just his second appearance before winning the US Open at Chambers Bay two months later. Spieth was in contention at The Open in July that year at St Andrews eventually finishing in a tie for fourth, before being narrowly beaten by Jason Day at that year's PGA Championship.
After a major-less 2016, which included a dramatic collapse on the back nine on Sunday at Augusta, Spieth won The Open at Royal Birkdale in 2017.
After claiming the first two majors in 2015, there were suggestions that Spieth could go on to not only complete the career Grand Slam, but be the first golfer to win all four majors in a calendar year.
He fell just short at The Open and PGA Championship, but did capture The Open in 2017. Shortly after, however, Spieth's form nosedived, with Spieth rarely contending at regular PGA TOUR events, let alone majors.
It was revealed that Spieth chipped a bone in his hand early in 2018, hampering from swinging the club properly, and affecting him for the better part of three years.
Jordan Spieth married his long-time girlfriend Annie Verret in November 2018, with the couple welcoming their first child into the world in November 2021.