Pasatiempo Golf Course was designed by one of the world’s greatest architects, Alister MacKenzie. Known to be his favourite layout, even more so than Augusta or Cypress Point, this was his home.
Using a combination of advanced techniques, whilst the print is flat, the effect is three dimensional. A truly modern perspective on this historic course.
The legendary Pebble Beach Golf Links is stunningly presented in this 3D effect print. An unseen perspective on this world famous course, where the print and mount are flat, yet the 3D effect is so real, you’ll want to get up close to check.
Oakmont was the vision of Henry C. Fownes and opened in 1904. Designed to resemble an inland Scottish links course, this American classic is still considered to be one of the greatest tests of Championship golf.
Enjoy this enticing view of Oakmont in this three dimensional effect print, where the print and mount are flat, yet the technique so cutting edge, you’ll want to get up close to check.
National Golf Links of America was designed by C.B Macdonald to bring some of the greatest features of Scottish links closer to home. Built in 1908, the ‘National’ has template holes of Eden and Road at St Andrews, Redan at North Berwick and Alps, Prestwick.
The rich detail of this highly praised course can be savoured in this print that has a three-dimensional appearance, even though it’s flat, making it the talking point of any room.
On the tip of the Monterey Peninsula, Cypress Point Club is revered by all, yet played by few. With his incredible skill set, Joe presents this world famous peninsula in a breathtaking, unique way, where the print and integral mount/matt are flat and the 3D effect is so real, you’ll want to get up really close, just to make sure! View the complimentary print of Holes 15, 16 & 17 here.
This print of holes 15, 16 and 17 at Cypress Point Club is breathtaking. The Californian coastline as never seen before. Perfect in isolation or as a compliment to the full course map. The print and integral mount/matt are flat, yet the 3D effect is so real, you may think otherwise!