PGA TourJuly 3, 2016

Jordan Spieth channels his inner Michael Jordan, nails a putt without looking

Prepping for the final round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Jordan Spieth decided to raise the bar for trick shots, just two weeks after unveiling this epic trick shot video with Coca-Cola.

Spieth was able to make the shot in the ice bucket on only the third try, so trick shots can't get better than that, right? Wrong.

Spieth was on the practice green Sunday morning at Firestone Country Club nailing down putts from outside 10 feet, when he decided he would rather look behind him than down at the ball.

It's only appropriate that someone with Jordan in his name could hit a shot without needing to look at it, and make it look really easy in the process. An excellent putter on tour, Spieth gives a quick smirk back to caddie Michael Greller before making his way to pick up the ball, with no doubt that it went in the hole.

As impressive as this was, just keep your eyes on the ball during your round today, Jordan.


WATCH: GOLF DIGEST VIDEOS