Original Signed Cecil Aldin Golf Print, Walton Heath

Original Signed Cecil Aldin Golf Print, Walton Heath


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Cecil Aldin Golf Print, Walton Heath - Old Course.
A mounted and framed golf photolithograph of Walton Heath (the Seventeenth hole, on the ' OLD COURSE'). Signed in pencil by the artist and with hand finishing. Printed and published by Eyre & Spottiswoode, Ltd., His Majesty's printers. 4 Middle New Street, London, E.C.4.

Aldin produced few golfing works and this example is one of a series of six golf course views "Famous Golf Courses" published in the 1920's. The six golf courses were Sunningdale, North Berwick, Westward Ho, Royal St. George's, Walton Heath and St Andrews.

Walton Heath Golf Club was founded in 1903 in England, near Walton-on-the-Hill in Surrey, southwest of London. The club comprises of two 18-hole golf courses (both designed by Herbert Fowler), the 'Old' Course opened in 1904 with the 'New' Course following 3 years later as a 9 hole course being extended to 18 holes in 1913. Walton Heath has had a long association with royalty and politics with H.R.H. the Prince of Wales being the first club captain, later becoming King Edward VIII. Former Prime Minister David Lloyd George, Winston Churchill, Bonar Law and Arthur Balfour all having been members at some time. The first Professional, James Braid, won five Opens and stayed for some forty-five years.


Height 35.5 cm / 14 332"
Width 51 cm / 20 332"
Framed Height 61.5 cm / 24 316"
Framed Width 75 cm / 29 12"
Framed Depth 2 cm / 1316"



Circa 1920's




United Kingdom


Excellent, new frame. Slight scuff in bottom left hand corner above Fine Art Trade Guild stamp.