Golf phenom Jordan Spieth, the 16-year-old who contended at the Byron Nelson Championship, today signed an endorsement contract with Nike worth "like, eleventy jagillion dollars," said the golfer. "It's real and everything," he said. "They even let me eat for free at the Nike cafeteria. They had chicken nuggets!" Jeff Morrow, brand manager for Nike Golf, said Spieth's deal is worth $220,000 over 15 years. "But to a kid his age, that sounds in upwards of eleventy jagillion. Man, I love working with kids." Morrow earned his position at Nike after inking Michelle Wie several years ago to a million gillion catillion dollar deal ($80,000 over 7 years).