Jordan Ontiveros is best known for being the girlfriend of Cameron Smith, an Australian professional golfer. In March 2022, Smith won The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass. He won $3.6 million in the tournament hence becoming the fifth Australian to win The Players Championship in the event’s history.
She is a Golfer in her own right as well. In the past, Jordan shared photos of herself and her boyfriend Smith on Instagram but it currently appears as though the social media account is no longer available. Her Twitter account whose handle was @jnontiveros is also no longer up. On her since-deleted Twitter account, Ontiveros described herself as a ‘normal girl living an abnormal life and that she is ‘traveling the world one golf course at a time.’
How old is Jordan Ontiveros? Her Age & Background
Ontiveros is currently 31 years old in 2022 as per her biography. She was born in Walnut Creek, a city in Contra Costa County, California about 16 miles east of Oakland. She stands at 5’5″ and weighs 137 pounds. She was named FCWT All American 2nd team member. She scored a history low 66 of the High School Fall classic tournament on 9/08.
Ontiveros was part of the FCWT, a golf scholarship platform for both young men and women. She went to the University of San Francisco, USF in San Jose, Arizona.
Jordan Ontiveros & Cameron Smith
Cameron Smith and Ontiveros started dating back in 2016. She occasionally shared photos of herself and her beau on social media platforms as well as cheered him on his career. Ontiveros appears to have removed all her social media platforms for unknown reasons.
Whether Smith and Ontiveros are still an item, it appears they could still be dating since Smith had tagged her a year ago, on April 28, 2021. In the post, he wrote, “The mullet is here to stay…at least for a while since @22_jordannicole is learning to live with it 😂 Congrats to my mate @marcleish! See you at the #PGAChamp”
Smith won The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in March 2022, by one shot from Anirban Lahiri. By winning the touring, he became the fifth Australian to win the tournament taking home $3.6 million purse money. Smith birdied the par-3 17th “Island Green” and went on to take a three-shot lead into the final hole. However, Smith put his second shot on 18 into the water while Lahiri also birdied the 17th, a hole back, to close the gap and set up a tense finish to the tournament. In the end, Smith managed to finish with a bogey for a final score of 13-under par, which was enough to win after Lahiri could only par the final hole to finish one shot behind.
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