Jun 8th, 2018

Jordan Spieth's Under Armour scripting

For the 2018 US Open at Shinnecock Hill

Jordan Spieth's Under Armour scriptingThe time is just about here for one of the most exciting Majors on the calendar, the U.S. Open. Here’s Jordan Spieth’s Under Armour scripting for his campaign.

Jordan is looking to show out at the famed Shinnecock Hills course, in the backdrop of New York City. Featuring the waterproof Spieth 2 and a suite of product constructed from ultra-breathable Threadborne technology, Jordan is built to make a run at yet another Major, further cementing himself as one of the premier talents in modern golf.

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The U.S. Open always presents a challenge unlike any other; in Jordan’s words, “it is our national championship, [and] it is also the most difficult test in golf.”  

Under Armour has created and curated product to withstand the most punishing of courses, and give Jordan the opportunity to start strong and put himself in a position to win. 

UA Spieth 2 Footwear Highlights:

Breathable, 100% GORE-TEX® waterproof fabric that keeps you dry and focused

Powerful TPU fibres woven into the upper for lightweight support & total comfort

UA Rotational Resistance Spikes for lockdown traction in every direction

UA Threadborne Apparel Highlights:

UA Microthread technology in the fabric dries faster, won’t cling to you, won’t chafe & stretches without absorbing sweat

4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction

Material wicks sweat and anti-odour technology prevents the growth of odour-causing microbes 

UA Spieth Tour Cap:

Refreshed styles of the original Spieth Tour cap, including the Elevated Tour Cap, so fans can rock the same headwear Jordan is wearing at the US Open.

Here's his scripting for Day One on Thursday.

Jordan Spieth's Under Armour scripting

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