Fans attending the AT&T Byron Nelson in Irving, Texas, this weekend will have an opportunity to take home Jordan Spieth.
A Spieth bobblehead doll, that is.
The event will be handing out the pocket-sized bobbleheads to the first 8,000 fans in attendance for the third round on Saturday at TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas. (AT&T has sponsored Spieth since 2014.)
As Spieth (and bobblehead) aficionados might know, the giveaway is the second large-scale distribution of Spieth bobbleheads following the 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Some of those collectibles are fetching as much as $130 on eBay.
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Will the hype help the world No. 2’s mojo? Spieth missed the cut at last week’s Players Championship (72-71), his first professional event since his disappointing Masters finish.
His best finish at the Byron Nelson was T-16 in 2010, when he was a 16-year-old amateur and played on a sponsor’s invite. Last year, he tied for 30th.