October 17, 2016
Jordan Spieth's Girlfriend, Annie Verret, Is The Whole Package

Jordan Spieth's girlfriend, Annie Verret, is really what any serious athlete could hope for.

The 20-year-old golfer was given the sweetest kiss by his childhood sweetheart when he won the U.S. Open in April, as reported by the Inquisitr, which set off a media storm surrounding Jordan Speith's girlfriend.

Annie Verret has been a fixture in his life since they were in high school in Texas. Like Jordan Spieth's family, girlfriend Annie Verret has been at the center of the golfers's support system long before he began enjoying immense national success.

Annie Verret met Spieth in high school when she was at the all-girls Ursuline Academy in Dallas, Texas, and he was at the all-boys Jesuit College Preparatory School nearby, according to Augusta.

The couple moved on to college, where they once again attended different schools. Jordan Spieth's golf game excelled while attending the University of Texas, where he led the team in securing three events his freshman year. He later lead his team in winning the NCAA title during his sophomore year. While playing for the university, he earned All-American honors, All-Big 12 Team, Big 12 Freshman of the Year, and Player of the Year.

Meanwhile, girlfriend Annie Verret completed her business degree, earning a 4.0 GPA and her name on the dean's list. She was also named to the President's Honor Roll twice.

Jordan Spieth and Annie Verret, who currently works as an event coordinator at The First Tee of Greater Dallas, which helps underprivileged kids find a passion for the game of golf, seem to lead a rather simple life, despite Jordan's astronomical rise to fame, according to The Sun Times.

Annie Verret is not only beautiful, she seems to have a great head on her shoulders. The young brown-haired beauty does not seem to clamor for the spotlight either. Both her Twitter and Instagram accounts remain private, which illustrates just little she is clamoring for attention.

As for Jordan, many have praised him for his maturity. In a column for The Washington Post, Thomas Boswell, marveled at the Jordan Spieth and the level-head he brings to the sporting arena.
"In normal human development, 21-year-olds are only supposed to be partially formed, ill-suited to seeing all the sides of complicated issues, and at times they're just jerks. Years later, that all gets sorted out, and we meet the person they become."

"Spieth has shattered that view. Many say he's just what U.S. golf needs."

Fans continue to be awed by Jordan Spieth and girlfriend Annie Verret and wonder if she will be on hand this weekend to cheer on her man at the British Open.

[Image via Instagram/Jordan Spieth]