My sons are Lego fanatics. They chose to go to LegoLand in California instead of Disney Land. When they were small, we pretty much had an entire room of the house dedicated to Lego (guess whose stuff in that room was moved to the shed to accommdoate the Lego). Even as young adults they still build Lego models.
Lou Stanger, who is Golf Stat Nerd on Twitter, recently released a video of his Lego recreation of Augusta National’s twelfth hole. He intends to sell his creation for charity.
I suspect his family doesn’t want it occupying the dining room table forever.
My daughter and I built this replica of Augusta National #12 out of Lego.— Lou Stagner (Golf Stat Pro) (@LouStagner) March 17, 2020
We are planning to sell it to raise money for charity.
Stanger said that the Lego model took 60 hours to complete. Comprised of more than 20,000 pieces, it measures 30 inches wide by 50 inches long by 20 inches high.
Watch the video. It is really amazing.