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Limited Edition, Only 5 Left - Kent Golf Clubs 3D WaterMap Compilation

Limited Edition, Only 5 Left - Kent Golf Clubs 3D WaterMap Compilation

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Royal Cinque Ports, Royal St. George's and Prince's; three world famous golf courses that make this section of Kent coastline without equal. Whilst each individually stands on its own merits, together they are a golfing trinity without equal.

With a passion for all three courses, Joe has brought them together in this unique 3D WaterMap compilation of the entire coastline; each course easily visible in its own right set against the topography of the locale. Prints will be numbered and only 10 are available.

THE 3D EFFECT: Joe's perfected technique and mastery of golf terrain partnered with his watercolour skills are the foundation for the 3D effect. Whilst the print and mount are flat, the effect is so real, you'll want to touch it to check!


  • Fine art giclée print - 120cm x 90cm
  • Limited edition print - each print will be numbered
  • Museum grade fine art paper
  • Ships to our standard destinations. Contact us for other worldwide destinations.


  • Solid wood frame with choice of four high quality veneer finishes - Oak, Light Walnut, Dark Walnut or Black
  • Neat, simple profile (front 21mm, side 51mm)
  • Museum grade glass, which provides up to 99% UV blockage and virtually eliminates reflections
  • Ready to hang
  • Courier delivered to UK address
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Black framed print of St Andrews Old Course by Joe McDonnell


Joe McDonnell

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Joe’s passion for golf course architecture and landscapes has led to him producing artwork unlike anything else available, placing him in demand with clubs and architects for his world leading visualisations.

Each of his pieces harnesses a unique combination of digital watercolour brush techniques and 3D terrain modeling, allowing him to showcase courses in a highly sophisticated, dramatic and detailed way – likely a way you've never seen before.