‘This Rules’: Adorable Video of Jordan Spieth and His Toddler Makes Fans Forget His Unfortunate Valspar Championship Finish

Becoming a father is an emotion that many golfers have felt, including Jordan Spieth. He became the father of a beautiful baby boy in November 2021. And now a wholesome video of the father-son duo is making rounds on Instagram. However, the golf world went crazy over the sweet video and flooded the comment section with love.



Jordan Spieth and Sammy are the adorable father-son duo
The official Instagram and Twitter handles of the PGA Tour posted a video, “When dad finally finishes work.” In the video, Jordan Spieth comes to meet his son after his golf rounds. Little Sammy walks towards his father, who is two times major championship winner. His little legs tried to run to reach his dad, and “Hey Boy!” from the pro golfer melted hearts. It might be the most adorable thing you would see on the internet today.



The golf world celebrated the birth of Sammy, and now the comments section has become a forum to express the warmth felt by the video. The fans who are already parents commented and shared their points of view. They said, “does not get any better.. the best life has to offer, all parents know this ????” and “At the end of the day that’s what it’s all about, that little one Your their hero,” followed by, “How could you not like this……he left work at work and it was time to be DAD!” A few of the fans pointed out the importance of the moment and said, “More important than winning a tournament” and “this rules.”




Winning major titles is important for a golfer, but that is not it. “And that’s what it’s all about right there. Wins are fun but that memory will last forever. Great job Jordan,” and “❤️❤️❤️these are the moments what matters in life. Not those missed putts,” said fans. However, it mesmerized the golf world. “I could watch that all day. Jordan you are a wonderful Daddy!!!!” “What a sweet moment!! ????????,” and “Win or lose this is a priceless moment, great job today my friend #JordanSpieth,” followed by, “At end of day, first place or last on the course, always first place with your kid. APlus!!!!” is the proof.


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