There's a massive golf-ball mosaic of Jordan Spieth now in Dallas
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There’s a massive golf-ball mosaic of Jordan Spieth now in Dallas

Jordan Spieth had an incredible 2015, winning five times, including a pair of majors, the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup.

So, one of Spieth's sponsors, Texas-based AT&T, wanted to commemorate the Dallas-based 22-year-old's accomplishments in a big and unique way. They settled on a massive golf-ball mosaic, which was built on Monday and Tuesday in Main Street Gardens in downtown.

A team of 25 constructed the mosaic, comprised of 24,152 Titleist golf balls placed on tees, with laid artificial turf serving as the contrast to the white balls.

The mosaic will be open to the public on Oct. 28-29, with the deconstruction of the public art project coming on the 29th. Afterward, all of the balls will be donated to The First Tee of Dallas and the Northern Texas PGA section.

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