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Report: Under Armour Files Trademarks for Jordan Spieth Logo

Under Armour To Trademark Jordan Spieth Logo
Under Armour has reportedly filed for three trademarks for what is believed to be a Jordan Spieth logo.

Jordan Spieth is officially a golf icon.

Yes, he’s won five PGA Tour events including this year’s Masters and U.S. Open. But until now, he didn't have his own logo.

According to an ESPN.com report, Under Armour has filed three trademarks for what looks like it could be Spieth’s logo.

Spieth signed with Under Armour after announcing that he leave the University of Texas and turn pro. In January of this year his deal was re-negotiated and extended through 2025. UA has certainly gotten its money’s worth so far this season, and the logo filings hint that Jordan Spieth-branded merchandise will be available soon (next year, according to ESPN). Check out the logo below.

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ESPN’s report says that among the intended uses for the logo are pants, eyewear, headwear, gloves and jackets.

What do you think of the logo? Let us know in the comments below.

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