Jordan Spieth has been doing a little bit of showboating ahead of the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship this week.
Golf’s world No2 player pulled off an impressive trick shot to delight fans in Texas – which ended with him catching a marshmallow in his mouth.
The 22-year-old American star – back in his home town for the tournament – placed the marshmallow on top of a golf ball before taking the shot.
His stroke propelled the marshmallow into the air in front of him, prompting him to run after it and catch it in his mouth before it hit the ground.
You can see how exactly he pulled it off in the video below.
Can Jordan Spieth flip a marshmallow off a golf ball into his mouth?
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 18, 2016
And to think, it was little over a month ago that the same player was unable to make a routine wedge shot over water on to the 12th green at Augusta National, ultimately costing him the Masters title after carding a quadruple-bogey seven.
Chin up, Jordan!