Jordan Spieth Chips Marshmallow Into His Mouth off a Golf Ball

Bradley Whitaker
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It’s been over a month since Jordan Spieth’s late collapse at the Masters and the young golfer is looking to bounce back for the U.S. Open in mid-June. With a month of preparation still to go, it looks like the former world No. 1 ranked player has a few tricks up his sleeve that in no way will help him on the course.

Marshmallows are typically used to make s’mores and other sh*t (I don’t know, I typically don’t buy marshallows). They’re also fun to set on fire and throw at your friends at the beach. But Spieth has found a new use for the spongy sugar balls.

During a clinic prior to the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship, Spieth showed off his trick-shot abilities by placing a marshmallow on top of a golf ball. What happened next looks to be physically impossible, but the Texan was able to pull it off.

Somehow he was able to put enough backspin on the ball to launch the marshmallow straight in the air.

And that diving catch was Mookie Betts-esque.

Spieth missed the cut last week at the Players Championship, so perhaps blowing off some steam with trick shots will help him get back to form.