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No one would blame Jordan Spieth if he was inclined to sulk for a few months after his late collapse at the Masters, but Tuesday the 22-year-old was all fun and games at the AT&T Byron Nelson.

Stay Puft Marshmallow Man assists Jordan Spieth on a golf trick shot

Spieth set a marshmallow on top of a golf ball, chipped the shot and then went supine to catch the sugary airborne treat in his mouth. With still a month to go until the U.S. Open, the world No. 2 golfer looks to be in fine snacking form.


Earlier in the year, Spieth teamed with fellow-American Rickie Fowler to narrowly defeat Europe’s Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson in a literal “Rider Cup” at the ocean-front Saadiyat Beach Golf Club in Abu Dhabi. Keep on rolling, Jordan…