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The Art of Linda Hartough

Since focusing her skills as a landscape painter to recreate some of the world’s most beautiful golf holes, Linda Hartough has become recognized as one of golf’s leading artists. So extraordinary and realistic is her attention to detail that her oil paintings seem to come alive with a clarity that surpasses the camera.

Her work has gained international fame. She is the only a ... Read More

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3rd Hole, Spyglass Hill Golf Course

One of the most respected and revered courses in the world begins with one of the greatest opening stretches in golf: five spectacular sand-splashed holes that cruise up and down a sea of dunes while showcasing sublime oceanfront scenery and shots you’ve surely never seen.

A spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean from this elevated tee that, in the absence of wind, makes the hole play shorter than the yardage. The green is deceptive, sloping from front to back.

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5th Hole, Pebble Beach 2015

The 5th Hole, Par 3- 195 Yards, Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, CA. Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful courses in the world, it hugs the rugged coastline and has wide open views of Carmel Bay, opening to the Pacific Ocean on the south side of the Monterey Peninsula. In 2001 it became the first public to be selected as the No.1 Golf Course in America by Golf Digest.

In 1998, Pebble Beach Golf Links unveiled its first new golf hole in almost 70 years. The new 5th hole, designed by the legendary Jack Nicklaus and situated along the stunning oceanfront, is both a dazzling legacy for the future and a dramatic link to the past.

When you visit Pebble Beach Resorts, you’ll see the coast as the original planners intended: blanketed by a rolling, unbroken golf-course landscape from The Lodge in the west to Carmel Beach in the east. And the bridge that you’ll cross–the physical link to the storied past of Pebble Beach–is called Sam’s Crossing, in honor of the man whose vision this stunning new 5th hole now fulfills.

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7th Hole, Pebble Beach 2010

Host to several prestigious U.S. Opens, its famous seventh Hole is considered by experts to be one of the most challenging and beautiful par 3’s in existence. It plays downhill to a green squeezed onto a tiny spit of land, a green on which waves crash, a green which at its narrowest point is only eight steps wide. It’s the shortest hole in major championship golf, but yard for yard, it is the hardest hole in the world.

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8th Hole, Pebble Beach

Legendary Pebble Beach, host to the 100th U.S. Open Championship. Hartough captures the rocky bluff of the 8th Hole like no other for this historical event.

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17th Hole, Pebble Beach

Host to several prestigious U.S. Opens, its famous seventeenth Hole is considered by experts to be one of the most challenging and beautiful par 3’s in existence. It plays downhill to a green squeezed onto a tiny spit of land, a green on which waves crash, a green which at its narrowest point is only eight steps wide. It’s the shortest hole in major championship golf, but yard for yard, it is the hardest hole in the world.

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18th Hole, Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach Golf Links is the site of one of the longest running PGA TOUR championships ? the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, which began as The Bing Crosby National Pro-Am in 1947 and has been held annually ever since, raising to date more than $66 million dollars for charity. Pebble Beach Golf Links has also hosted 10 USGA Championships, beginning with the 1929 U.S. Amateur and became the first public-access course to host a U.S. Open in 1972. In 2010 it will host the U.S. Open for a fifth time ? since 1972 no other course has hosted as many.

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18th Hole, Pebble Beach

The 18th Hole, Pebble Beach Golf Links – 543 Yards, Par 5 – The 18th hole is a medium length par 5 (over 550 yards) with Pacific Ocean all along the left. What may be the greatest closing hole in golf was originally an unremarkable par 4. In 1922, William Herbert Fowler added almost 200 yards to the hole. This unique hole also features a tree in the middle of the fairway and a long 100+ yard bunker running along the ocean from the green, guarding the left side.

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8th Hole, Olympic, Lake Course, 2012 U.S. Open Championship

The U.S. Open moved from the nation’s capital in 2011 to the West Coast in 2012, and the legendary, tree-lined setting of The Olympic Club’s Lake Course. This remarkable painting by world-renowned golf landscape artist Linda Hartough is of the new eighth hole, which has been sculpted into the amphitheater-like hillside beneath the Lakeside Clubhouse. Through her attention to detail and realistic perspective, Ms. Hartough is able to capture the dramatic mood and natural beauty of the landscape as late afternoon fog rolls in from the Pacific. A classic and elegant rendering, she depicts the narrow cypress-lined fairway and small but well-bunkered green, both indicative of this challenging course.

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3rd Hole, Torrey Pines, South Course, 2008 U.S. Open Championship

Celebrated American golf landscape artist Linda Hartough masterfully depicts this breathtaking par-3 hole with dramatic canyons, the Pacific Ocean and the city of La Jolla in the distance. The panoramic sunset view from the elevated third tee marks Linda’s 19th commemorative painting for the U.S. Open Championship series.

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10th Hole, “Camellia” Augusta National Golf Club 1994
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11th Hole, “White Dogwood” Augusta National Golf Club 1996
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12th Hole, “2002 Golden Bell” Augusta National Golf Club
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12th Hole, “2008 Golden Bell” Augusta National Golf Club
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13th Hole, “Azalea” Augusta National Golf Club
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15th Hole, “Firethorn” Augusta National Golf Club
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16th Hole, “Redbud” Augusta National Golf Club
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18th Hole, “Holly” Augusta National Golf Club
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9th Hole, Royal County Down

Continually remarked upon for its outstanding beauty, the surroundings are a color carnival of ocher, lilac and emerald green, and the turf runs fast and hard. Arguably the greatest links course, the course offers an exhilarating challenge to even the most experienced golfer. Hartough captures the very essence of this emerald gem.

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