Jordan Spieth is quickly becoming sports’ “good guy.”
The world is watching as Spietch attempts to accomplish a major feat. He’s already won the Masters and the U.S. Open and earlier this year he won the Open Championship.
A win at this weekend’s PGA championship in North Carolina would not only make Spieth the sixth person to win all four major titles, but the youngest to do it after turning 24 last month.
Not only can golfers learn from his game, but people can learn from how he carries himself.
The Texas-born Spieth comes across as a likeable athlete. Time Magazine placed him its top 100 list of most influential people last year. When writing about Spieth, Pro Bowl quarterback Tony Romo said his “graciousness toward others is genuine and real”.
Even if Spieth falls short in making golf history, he is still making his mark in sports and beyond.