Twenty-five people teed up 24,152 golf balls to create a mosaic of Jordan Spieth’s likeness in the Main Street Gardens in downtown Dallas.
The mosaic is on display for the next two days. After the viewing on Thursday night, the balls will be donated to the Dallas chapter of the First Tee and the Northern Texas PGA.
This project was one of the ways that AT&T is celebrating Spieth’s historic year, after the 22-year-old won two majors, captured the FedEx Cup and became golf’s first $22 million man. Spieth signed a multi-year deal with AT&T in 2014.
Here’s a time-lapse video of the mosaic: