Blairgowrie (18th Hole)
|Title||Blairgowrie (18th Hole)|
|Paper Size (W x H)||24 x 20 ins|
Tom Morris played in the first match at Blairgowrie in 1889 and commented: 'I think that this is the most beautiful inland green I have ever seen'. Typical of the three courses at the club are the beautiful heathland fairways, which are lined with forests of pine and silver birch, and the surrounding carpet of purple heather, broom and gorse.
The Rosemount Course measures 6590 yards from the medal tees and has been described as one of the most enchanting rounds of golf in the world. The famous eighteenth hole, nicknamed 'Mount Blair' is a 390 yard par 4 and this is the subject of this powerful painting.
Each print is hand signed by the artist and hand numbered.
About the Artist
Peter Munro was born in 1954 and he grew up in the Scottish Highlands, where his family ran a timber and forestry company.Find out more