The Under Armour sponsored golfers are Matt Fitzpatrick, Hunter Mahan, Jordan Spieth, Maverick McNealy, and Alison Lee. Under Armour is a sports apparel and accessory company.

The brand has long been associated with golfers and other athletes. The company has signed some of the most talented golfers. 

The company has large and diverse sponsored athletes, representing various sports.

Under Armour has also used sponsored athletes to help communicate the brand's message. The players have shared their experiences with why the brand is important to them in interviews. 

Under Armour has been successful in introducing professinal golfers with high-performance equipment. The brand's sponsored golfers have all had PGA Tour success.

They have been able to perform best wearing Under Armour apparel and accessories. The team is made up of world-class golfers from all over the world.

Here we will discuss the five Under Armour sponsored golfers.

1. Matt Fitzpatrick

Matt Fitzpatrick signed a multi year deal with Under Armour in 2020. His success on the golf course made him an ideal Under Armour brand ambassador.

Fitzpatrick has an amazing career as a three-time Ryder Cup player. He has become one of the sport's most recognizable names. 

He became professional golfer in 2014 and has held his own on the European and PGA tours. He is the first European golfer to be sponsored by Under Armour.

Matt won the Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucía Masters at Real Club Valderrama on October 27, 2021.
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Matt's partnership with Under Armour is a huge win for both the golfer and the company. As, he signed in with the company he get access to some of the best apparel and equipment available in the sport.

Talking about his perofessional career he won the silver medal at the 2013 open championship. Following his professional debut he competed on the European Tour and Challenge Tour on sponsor and tournament invitations.

Fitzpatrick competed in the 2016 Masters Tournament finishing in a seventh place. He won the Nordea Masters in 2016.

Matt wearing Under Armour T-shirt during his game at Torrey Pines Golf Club.
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He won the Omega European Masters in Crans Monatana, Switzerland, in 2017, and defended his title in a playoff against Lucas Bjerregaard in 2018.

He has established himself as a well-known golfer and has won the many championship. In 2020, he won second DP World Tour Championship, Dubai and his win marked his first Rolex title. 

In 2021, Matt won the Estrella Damm N.A. Andaluca Masters at Real Club Valderrama.

2. Hunter Mahan

Hunter Mahan signed in with the Under Armour in 2003. Hunter's contract with Under Armour was extended in 2010 to make him the company's face of golf. 

Mahan has access to the clothing and accessories, technology, and assets  by partnering with Under Armour.

The agreement includes access to Under Armour's fitness trackers and fitness applications. 

Hunter won the 2014 The Barclays Champioship.
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Under Armour offered Mahan a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract. This deal is a huge win for Mahan for the financial compensation and access to Under Armour's technology, apparel, and special events.

Mahan won the two world golf championship events in 2010 and 2012.  In 2010 he won WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and in 2012 he won WGC-Acccenture Match Play Championship. 

He studied at the University of Southern California. He was named Pacific -10 Conference Freshman of the year.

Hunter(left) getting ready for the Valero Texas Open with Brad Dalke(right) on April 20, 2016.
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Hunter became professional in 2003 and earn a PGA tour card for the 2004 season. Mahan finished 15th in the FedEx cup. He entered the top 50 in the world rankings in 2007. 

His career earning is $31,974,609. In 2012 he won Shell Houston Open and World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship. 

3. Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth signed in a multi year sponshorship deal with Under Armour in January 2013. In 2022 he signed a 10 year deal following his victory.

Their partnership has been extended for another four years, until 2029. In addition to the contract extension, Under Armour has committed to make more than $1 million to the Spieth Family Foundation over the next eight years.

Jordan ready for PGA tour playoff wearing Under Armor cap and T-shirt in 2021.
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Spieth will be associated in the company's international marketing, digital, print, and social media campaigns. He will wear Under Armour gear throughout the tournament.

Jordan has worked with Under Armour on his own golf shoe over the years with his signature Spieth 5.

He stated that he enjoyed being on the journey with the Under Armour and can't wait to accompolish great things together in next phase of his career. 

Talking about his career he won the 2015 FedEx cup championship and won his third major at the 2017 Open Championship.

Jordan won Valero Texas Open on April 6, 2021.
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He played golf at the University of Texas and was member of the 2011 Walker Cup team. He led his team to win NCCA championship and was named to the All-Big 12 team and was first team All-American. 

He became the sixth golfer to win the Master and US Open. Spieth tied for 55th at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in his first PGA Tour start of the 2018-19 season.

Jordan was runner up at The Open Championship and played on the US team in the 2021 Ryder Cup. He was selected to play for the 2022 President cup. 

4. Maverick McNealy

Maverick McNealy signed in a sponsorship deal with Under Armour in 2017. He announced several sponsorship deals before his pro debut at the Safeway Open.

He has a long list of successes in golf. He has won Arnold Palmer Cup, Walker Cup, and Eisenhower Trophy.

McNealy completed his Bachelor's degree from Stanford University in 2018. During his college, he won the Haskins award.

Maverick showing his PGA tour card for 2019-20 season.
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He became the best golfer at Stanford University. He has also pursued his career in business as his father is a businessman and co-founder of Sun Microsystem. 

The golfer has an educational background in Management Science and Engineering.  

He made his professional debut at the Safeway Open. He was named in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. He played at the Pac-12 Conference Championship tournament. 

McNealy earned $84,261 in total and was ranked 65th on the 2018 money list. He competed in 18 tournaments and played on Tour in 2018

He received full Tour Status in 2019. He did not receive a PGA Tour card for the 2018-19 season. 

Maverick also works for a non-profit organization. He works for  in his free time. 

His first golf memory was hitting whiffle balls with a plastic golf club in the backyard. He has three young brothers and they are all golfers.

5. Alison Lee

Alison Lee signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with Under Armour in 2016. Alison plays for the LPGA tour.

Lee made her professional debut in 2014 after winning the final stage of the LPGA Qualifying Tournament after a successful amateur career. She qualified for the US Solheim Cup team in her freshman season.

Alison wearing Under Armour apparel at BMW Championship on October 23, 2022.
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In 2014 she played in the Curtis Cup and posted a record of 3-1-1 in matches. Alison won the ANNIKA award in the 2013-14 season. 

Under Armour stated that Alison combines hard work and dedication. She’s also not one to sacrifice style on the course, and we can’t imagine a better spokesperson for our new product line.

She was ranked No.1 in the World Amateur Gold Ranking in the 2013-14 season. She studied at the University of California, Los Angeles, and played one season. 

She majored in communication at the University of California. In her junior golf career, she was named six-time AJGA First-Team All-American and the 2013 Rolex Player of the Year. 

Alison with her first professional win award at La Reserva Club de Sotogrande on August 8, 2021.
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At the Trust Golf Women's Scottish Open in 2011 she recorded four top-10 finishes and a season-best T5 result.

In the 2013 Solheim Cup, she defeated Jessica Vasillic of Sweden, 3 and 1, to cap the USA's 14.5-9.5 victories. In seven starts in 2010, she won twice and finished in the Top 10 twice the first at the ClubCorp Mission Hills Junior.

She came in fifth place at the Junior Girls Championship and sixth place at the Thunderbird International.