Jordan Spieth Experiences What It's Like to Be the Worst Player in the Foursome (Welcome to Our World!) and Takes a Subtle Dig at Michael Greller

Jordan Spieth experienced something he wasn't used to - he was the worst person in the foursome.

It wasn't golf — that would be nearly impossible for the three-time major winner and former world No. 1 — but doubles with partner Scottie Scheffler.

on Thursday. PGA stars square off against former Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki and John Isner, one of America's top tennis players,

"It was a really weird feeling in front of a big crowd of people who knew you were the worst on the court,

and I didn't like that at all," Spieth said, noting that Scheffler plays pickleball, a combination of tennis, Ping-Pong and badminton almost every day.

. I am very comfortable in front of a crowd because I know I  am well-trained and I know what  I am going to do. But I wouldn't say that I'm bad,

but when you're the worst of those who will be there, and there are like 500 people, you're such a stinker, I really don't like this.