VIDEO: Jordan Spieth flops a marshmallow in his mouth...barely
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VIDEO: Jordan Spieth flops a marshmallow in his mouth…barely

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Jordan Spieth is a man of many talents, particularly his short game. So, as part of a junior clinic ahead of this week's AT&T Byron Nelson, Spieth showed off some of his wedge skills.

As part of his show, Spieth teed up a marshmallow and flopped it up into the air. The ta-da moment in the trick is catching the marshmallow with his mouth. Spieth does that, although it takes practically diving to the ground to do it.

It wasn't as smooth as Spieth would probably have liked, but he pulled it off and thrilled the kids in the process.

He also showed the kids why golfers hit a stationary ball, either on the ground or the tee. He tried hitting a golf ball floating in the air with the help of balloons, and it didn't go well at all. Spieth swung and missed a couple of times, to the delight of the kids, before giving up with a facetious club flip.


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