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Arthur Weaver Golf Print, Cypress Point.
A good large mounted golfing photolithograph taken from the original painting by Arthur Weaver; Cypress Point, view from the 16th tee, Lee Trevino drives. Signed in pencil by the artist with hand drawn pencil remarque. Limited edition No. 295/750. The picture depicts Lee Trevino on the tee at the spectacular par 3, 16th Hole, at the Cypress Point Golf Club. The hole is thought to be one of the greatest challenges in the game of golf. Course architect Alister Mackenzie gave the player two options, either to 'go for it' and drive over the Pacific Ocean to the green or play safe and play to the fairway on the left. This is a very iconic hole with the green visible over the Ocean and with a lone storm bent tree to the left. Cypress Point Club is a private golf club in California, opened on August 11, 1928 and is located at the foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountains on the very tip of the Monterey Peninsula.
Mount size: 24½ inches high, 28¾ inches wide.
The mount is wrapped in film, hence the reflection on some images.