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Golfers At Expensive Las Vegas Golf Course Now Have To Stare At A Massive Eyeball

The Sphere at The Venetian Resort has projected a giant eyeball using LEDs—right next to Wynn Golf Club, one of the most expensive public golf courses in the United States.

Screenshot of eyeball on The Sphere

If you haven't come across the images or videos online yet, Las Vegas has unveiled its latest attraction, The Sphere at The Venetian Resort.

This impressive orb, with a seating capacity of 18,600, is essentially an enormous spherical LED video screen capable of taking the shape of various ball-like objects.

With a staggering price tag of $2.3 billion, The Sphere was recently illuminated for the first time earlier this month.

The orb has already showcased projections of the Moon and a colossal NBA basketball, capturing the attention of spectators.

However, its most recent image—an enormous eye—has sparked curiosity among locals, particularly those frequenting a nearby golf course.

The eye, currently positioned overlooking the Wynn Golf Club, has become a striking feature for golfers due to its proximity to The Sphere.

Known as one of the most esteemed and profitable golf courses in the United States, playing a round at this course typically costs around $600.

The extent to which one finds this amusing largely depends on their affinity for golf.

However, it's safe to say that many people have found the situation quite humorous.

Although The Sphere is not accessible to the public until September, it has already generated anticipation. U2 is scheduled to be the first act to grace the venue with their "UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere" show.