With time on your hands, perhaps you should be building something like this out of Lego.
A guy by the name of Lou Stagner (who guys by Golf Stat Pro on Twitter) shared this amazing Lego creation constructed by him and his daughter.
The time-lapse video shows the making of a replica of the famous par-3 12th hole at Augusta National.
Alex Myers at Golf Digest reported the replica took around 60 hours and 20,000 Lego pieces to create.
“We saw a replica of Augusta clubhouse made from Lego and she said ‘let’s build a golf hole and sell it,'” Stagner said of 9-year-old Abby. “The ‘business’ idea quickly turned into a ‘let’s sell this and donate all the money to charity idea.'”
Amazing. Even more amazing? These two built this before everyone started hunkering down in their homes. Imagine what they could accomplish with even more time on their hands?
Check out the video below.
My daughter and I built this replica of Augusta National #12 out of Lego.
We are planning to sell it to raise money for charity.
— Lou Stagner (Golf Stat Pro) (@LouStagner) March 17, 2020