Cowboys' fan Jordan Spieth hears it from Eagles faithful

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. (WPVI) -- Some of the world's best golfers are in the area to tee off in the BMW Championship in Newtown Square, Delaware County, including a self-professed Dallas Cowboys fan.

Jordan Spieth's parents live in the Lehigh Valley, but he was born in Dallas.

At the Aronimink Golf Club, former Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski made sure to show him the Eagles Super Bowl ring.

"Jordan Speith is a friend of mine. Every time the Eagles have a good game, he hears from me," Jaworski said.

Spieth spoke to reporters about his experience with Eagles fans.

"People don't really like me being from Dallas here. People just yelling at me, 'Jordan, how about the Eagles?' I'm like, 'I get it. Good job,'" Spieth said. "I don't work for the Cowboys. I was born and raised in Dallas. Can't hate a person for being a fan of their hometown team."

He added, "The funny thing is if you don't respond, they'll just yell it louder and louder."

Jaws says after the Super Bowl win, he texted Spieth several times and never heard from him.

RELATED: In 2015, Action News spoke with Jordan Spieth's grandfather Donald.
EMBED More News Videos

Donald Spieth's grandson Jordan put on a golfing clinic.

Send a News Tip to Action News
Learn More About 6abc Apps
Copyright © 2021 WPVI-TV. All Rights Reserved.