Jordan Spieth hasn't been as sharp as we've come to expect since a dominant win in Kapalua to kick off 2016. However, he can still do things most people couldn't dream of to a golf ball. And to a marshmallow.
During a Tuesday clinic ahead of the AT&T Byron Nelson, Spieth showed off his short game. And pulled off the tastiest trick shot we've seen in awhile -- hitting a golf ball with a marshmallow on top. Check it out:
Spieth couldn't keep his balance on the celebration, but it we'll give him a pass for pulling off the sweet flop.
A native of Dallas, Spieth made his PGA Tour debut at his hometown event as a junior in high school. That week Spieth was tied for seventh heading into the final round before finishing T-16 at age 16.
This week, all eyes will be on Spieth again as he tries to bounce back from a missed cut at the Players that followed the sour taste left in his mouth from a back-nine collapse at the Masters. If Tuesday's trick shot is any indication, the world No. 3 doesn't seem too concerned.