For years many have contend that, in our generation, no other golf course could possibly compete with the strategic problems, thrills, excitement, variety, lasting and increasing interest of the Old Course, but for Cypress Point. Called the most famous par-three hole in the world, it combines sheer beauty with sheer difficulty. The tee, set on the edge of a cliff, requires a shot that must traverse a 200-yard wide ocean inlet, the waves washing onto rocks and sand below. Often, there will be wind blowing onshore, and it is not uncommon to see golfers hit the tee shot with a driver. This print is double matted in an antique bronze-gold frame using high-quality, framing-gauge glass. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
- Featured in Antique bronze-gold frame
- Marble and gold mat with gold plate
- 38"W x 32"H
- Made in the USA