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Bobby Jones, The Open at St Andrews, 1927 by Michael Heslop

Bobby Jones, The Open at St Andrews, 1927 by Michael Heslop

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This rarely available fine art print depicts Bobby Jones, at the 1927 Open at St Andrews. Hole 10 at The Old Course was named Bobby Jones in 1972 after his death in 1971. This was the last hole named at St Andrews Old Course - the highest honour bestowed on St Andrew's adopted son.


    Your fine art giclée print is presented on museum grade Hahnemühle paper. This printing method uses pigment based archival inks, ensuring sharp detail, high resolution and a full colour spectrum.

    For prints sent outside the UK & USA, an alternate high quality art paper may be used by our print lab.

    Prints are unframed and dispatched in a tube.


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    Michael Heslop Golf Artist


    Michael Heslop

    Michael Heslop Golf Artist

    With a career spanning over 40 years fulfilling worldwide commissions, in-house residencies and lecturing, Michael is a highly qualified, talented artist, whose works are collected worldwide.

    He is one of the few artists in golf art, whose talent is people rather than landscapes, and he is nothing but exceptional. His ability to capture the anticipation, joy and suspense of golfers and the onlooking spectators is wonderful.