Jordan Spieth, shown here before the Australian Open Golf tournament in Sydney in November, appears to have gotten engaged to his high school sweetheart over the Christmas holidays.
Jordan Spieth, shown here before the Australian Open Golf tournament in Sydney in November, appears to have gotten engaged to his high school sweetheart over the Christmas holidays. Rick Rycroft AP
Jordan Spieth, shown here before the Australian Open Golf tournament in Sydney in November, appears to have gotten engaged to his high school sweetheart over the Christmas holidays. Rick Rycroft AP

Reports: Jordan Spieth engaged to his high school sweetheart

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