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.
— Mike McAllister (@PGATOUR_mikemc) May 17, 2016
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.
Can Jordan Spieth flip a marshmallow off a golf ball into his mouth?
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 18, 2016
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.