This rarely available fine art print depicts Ben Hogan at the U.S. Open, Merion, 1950. The circumstances around this incredible tournament, which Hogan won are well documented. as "one of the greatest comebacks in all of sports" after a terrible accident the year before.

This rarely available fine art print is referred to as 'Waiting For The green To Clear', and depicts Ben Hogan on the only occasion he played a major in Britain, which he won! Hogan's Alley is named after him at Carnoustie.

Michael comments: "This scene is depicted just after the rain has passed with Mr Hogan in private contemplation of the next shot. The caddy is folding Mr Hogan's waterproofs, whilst a stoic British crowd with flat caps and rain-coats looks on, slightly unimpressed at having just weathered the storm!" Second from the right edge, the artist included himself in the audience too!