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Pine Valley, The 5th by Michael Miller

Pine Valley, The 5th by Michael Miller

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Pine Valley Golf Club is viewed as one of the most difficult courses in the world to play, filling the golfer with both dread and delight. Few have had the privilege to play and owning a classic print such as this may be as close as most get!

Recognised worldwide, Michael Miller's oil paintings have been used to illustrate two books, 'The Art of Golf Design' and 'The Golden Age of Golf Design' by golf historian, Geoff Shackelford.


      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.

      Prints are unframed and dispatched in a tube.


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      As standard we ship to the UK, Canada, USA & Australia, but we can ship anywhere in the world. Contact Us to tell us where you live and which print(s) you're interested in or drop us a message on the online chat.

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      Michael Miller Golf artist Sundown at Winged Foot

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      Michael Miller Golf artist Sundown at Winged Foot


      Michael Miller

      Michael Miller Portrait

      Michael has been painting for over three decades, combining his artistic talent, and love of golf into the perfect blend. As Head Golf Professional and Director of Golf at MountainGate and Riviera Country Club, Michael has had unlimited access to some of America’s greatest courses.

      In a unique genre, Michael captures both historical and contemporary golf settings, whilst ensuring accuracy from the architect’s perspective is maintained. The ever-changing weather, seasons plays heavily in his picturesque compositions, which perfectly capture the tones, moods, shades and nuances of the courses he portrays.

      His paintings have illustrated two of the most respected golf architecture books, namely ‘The Art of Golf Design’ and ‘The Golden Age of Golf Design’ by golf historian and author, Geoff Shackelford. World leading architects, Gil Hanse and Ben Crenshaw are also ardent fans of his works.