Best Golf Art 2017

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Pebble Beach, Best Golf Art 2017

Our guide to the best golf art 2017. Looking to give your study that golf touch? Look no further…

Best Golf Art 2017

BUY NOW: CGI Sports Memories Augusta National 12th Hole Textured Photographic Print

Arguably the most famous golf hole in the world: hole 12, Augusta, Georgia. It’s here where those in search of a Green Jacket have to somehow hold their nerve, no easy task… just ask Jordan Spieth. Rae’s Creek may have shattered more than a few dreams in the past, but it’s a beautiful hole - worth a spot in the study, for sure.

Augusta National, Best Golf Art 2017

BUY NOW: European Ryder Cup 2014 Winners – Special edition multi-photo framed Presentation with signatures

Who can forget the 2014 Ryder Cup? It’s one that will live long in the memory, especially for the Europeans. This Spirit of Sport piece displays stunning photographs of each and every player of the European Team and comes framed with a black surround. One for the hallway, perhaps?

2014 Ryder Cup, Best Golf Art 2017

BUY NOW: Canvas Print of Golf - The Open Championship - Royal Lytham and St Annes

It’s hard to select a favourite Seve picture, given he gave us so many wonderful memories over the years. However, this would be one of them. If this doesn’t inspire you to leave the house and go and play a blinder, nothing will.

Seve, The Open, Best Golf Art 2017

BUY NOW: St Andrews Old Course, poster by Bill Bachmann/Danita Delimont

Obtaining a good piece of golf art doesn’t mean you have to spend the earth; nor does the picture in question have to feature a famous golfer. Quite the opposite, it's hard to beat a picture of a glorious course, perhaps that favourite hole. This is a high-quality art print of St Andrews that won’t break the bank, yet will get the juices flowing for a round at the Home of Golf.


St Andrews, Best Golf Art 2017

BUY NOW: Fine Art Print - Golftini by Sundance

We’re not promoting smoking tobacco or drinking alcohol. We are, however, saying this might make a nice present for your granddad, who has been known to stay in the 19th and enjoy a glass of something nice.

Fine Art Print - Golftini by Sundance, Best Golf Art 2017

BUY NOW: Mr Putt the Golfer

If you prefer your golf art to be a bit more light-hearted, then check out the Mr Putt series by Media Storehouse - after all, golf can get a bit serious at times.

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BUY NOW: Parr, Simon - Fine Art Print

Wonderfully simple, just like the great game itself, right? Printed on 210 gsm Hahnemuhle matte paper with an image size of 36 x 50 inches.

Parr, Simon - Fine Art Print, Best Golf Art 2017

BUY NOW: Pebble Beach Canvas Wall Art Picture Print

Sadly it’s a course many of us will never play, but for a fraction of the green fee you can own this beautiful print. If you’re after a picture of an iconic golf course to occupy that space in the living room, Pebble Beach wouldn’t be a bad selection.

Pebble Beach, Best Golf Art 2017

BUY NOW: iCanvasART 3 Piece Keep Calm & Play Golf Canvas Print by Kitsch Opus, 60" x 40"/0.75" Deep

Not a masterpiece by any means, but if a touch of humour is what you’re looking for…

It’s hand-crafted and ready to be displayed straight from the box. Furthermore, a hanging kit is included at no extra cost.

Keep Calm & Play Golf Canvas, Best Golf Art 2017

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Michael Weston
Contributing editor

Michael has been with Golf Monthly since 2008. As a multimedia journalist, he has also worked for The Football Association, where he created content to support the men's European Championships, The FA Cup, London 2012, and FA Women's Super League. As content editor at Foremost Golf, Michael worked closely with golf's biggest equipment manufacturers, and has developed an in-depth knowledge of this side of the industry. He's now a regular contributor, covering instruction, equipment and feature content. Michael has interviewed many of the game's biggest stars, including six world number ones, and has attended and reported on many Major Championships and Ryder Cups. He's a member of Formby Golf Club.