Under Armour has extended its 10-year endorsement deal with Jordan Spieth through December 2029. The contract was set to run until 2025. The sports apparel maker announced the four-year extension on the heels of Spieth’s victory at the RBC Heritage in Hilton Head, South Carolina on April 17. It was his 13th PGA Tour win. Alongside the contract extension, Under Armour announced that it would donate $1 million over eight years to the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation, which provides scholarships, grants and opened youth golf programs to break down the socioeconomic barriers to the game and to further education and mentorship opportunities through golf. Under Armour took a chance on Spieth when it first signed him in 2013. At the time, Spieth was 19 years old and did not yet have official tour status. Since then, the American golfer has worn nothing but Under Armour. He also has his own line of Under Armour golf shoes.