Jordan Spieth :: A first logo?

Martin Inglis

Jordan Spieth


Could this be Jordan Spieth’s first logo?

Well, if rumours are to be believed, the two-time major winner’s main sponsor Under Armour has filed three trademarks for the above as he firmly establishes himself as a global icon in the game.

Spieth signed with Under Armour after turning professional in 2013 and in January this year, that contract was extended through to 2025.

The proposed logo, revealed by ESPN, features two Js with an S that is contained in the white space in between. The filings say the intent is to use the logo on everything from footwear to golf gloves, headwear, eyewear, jackets and pants.

Spieth’s contract with Under Armour states that he cannot wear any other logos on his body besides the interlocking UA, but he does have other deals with Titleist (clubs), Rolex (watch) and AT&T, which is on his golf bag.

But how does Spieth’s logo compare to some of the other greats in the game? 

Well, Spieth’s features his initials, a move which has been successful with the likes of Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose.

Collage initials


Legends Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman and Gary Player had their logos based on their nicknames.

Nicklaus collage


While Seve Ballesteros, Phil Mickelson and Paul Lawrie have their logos based on their most famous celebrations.

Celebrations collage

Jordan Spieth’s first logo :: Your thoughts?

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