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.
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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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