If you watched the Masters on Sunday, you know Jordan Spieth had a very good day. You could argue his main sponsor, Under Armour, had a better one.
They signed Speith to a 10-year deal back in January, Bloomberg notes, guaranteeing Under Armour is the only brand name Spieth will wear on the course.
A key provision?
Under Armour doesn’t make golf clubs, which means Speith didn’t have to change clubs to make the deal — no small thing.
And by the way, I haven’t had a pimento cheese sandwich yet.
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