The Las Vegas Sphere is apparently capable of assessing your golf game

The Las Vegas Sphere has fascinated viewers since it was illuminated for the first time this summer.

Since then, the orb has taken on many different shapes, including Earth, Mars, a giant eyeball, and many more – some more disturbing than others.

But the gigantic construction can do more than just unusual colors and designs. Apparently it can also judge visitors to the Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas, Nevada on their ability (or lack thereof) to tee off.

The golfers involved in this video appeared to take the trolling in stride – the Wynn Las Vegas account posted an eye emoji as a comment.

“Aside from that encounter, we really had a lot of fun playing on your golf course!” The original poster replied.

Ball in Las Vegas
The Las Vegas Sphere lights up for the first time in celebration of Independence Day on July 4, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 366-foot-tall and 516-foot-wide venue, the largest spherical structure in the world, features an exosphere with a 580,000-square-foot display, the largest LED screen in the world. It may also put a little pressure on local golfers.
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For those of us who aren’t particularly good at golf, the idea of ​​hitting a ball hundreds of yards under the watchful gaze of a gigantic judgment ball sounds nightmarish, but perhaps some golfers like a little extra pressure (as if). the green fees of $600 there wasn’t enough pressure at Wynn Golf Club).

The Sphere was built by the Madison Square Garden Company is owned by Knicks owner James Dolan. Ground was broken in 2018, and although the pandemic briefly halted construction, the project was completed earlier this year. Initial estimates put the project cost at $1.2 billion, but MSG eventually topped $2.3 billion, making it the most expensive venue in Las Vegas history.

The interior features a number of state-of-the-art amenities. Rock band U2 took the stage and performed in front of it last month a huge screen with clips and animations to enhance the experience. The Sphere also hosts a film by Darren Aronofsky, which the venue’s website describes it as “part science fiction story, part nature documentary.”

But most of the Sphere’s viral moments so far have involved the outside world. One of the earliest events took place in July when the NBA’s annual Summer League took place. The Las Vegas Summer League is one of the biggest events on the NBA calendar and the Sphere welcomed visitors to Las Vegas in style.

On Monday, as the Packers took on the Raiders for ESPN Monday Night Footballthe ball glowed with the MNF Logo.

So make it clear that the sphere can be welcoming if it wants to be. It’s just that you think you should have kept your head down before you started grabbing and ripping off the tee shot.