Jordan Spieth's impressive 2015 found him all kinds of ancillary fame, including an appearance on stage at the Academy of Country Music Awards and the Texas marching band spelling out his name on the field.
But one of his main sponsors might be ending the “we’re so proud of you” debate. AT&T created a much larger than life mosaic of Spieth this week, using 24,152 teed up golf balls as its supplies and the Main Street Gardens in downtown Dallas as its canvas.
A crew of 25 people began the project Sunday, according to a report from The Dallas Morning News, and it was finished on Monday evening. It will be viewable until Wednesday night.
There was no specified reason to the number 24,152. Considering a ball is 1.68 inches in diameter, the mosaic will reach nearly 1,700 sq. feet. After the fact, it looks pretty big. You can watch the video below of the project coming to life.