Golf Art Prints Skins Game in Hawaii 2000 collectible memorabilia
Golf Art Prints Skins Game Hawaii 2000 Limited Edition Artwork painted in January 2000.
These four golf legends, Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus were the first to play the very first golf skins game and this is the last time they would play it together.
Therefore, the artist will sign and number only 500 limited edition prints 20″ x 33″ in size (reproductions on museum gloss paper)
The other noteworthy story is that Tom Watson’s father collapsed earlier in the week at the Champion Tour MasterCard tournament held also on the big island at Hualalai Resort.
The senior Mr. Watson passed away on Oahu and Tom playing in the last Skins game was clearly at question. Jim Colbert, PGA Tour veteran was on the Mauna Lani property as a backup in the event Watson was to pull out for understandable reasons. Bruce Edwards, Watson’s long time caddy circled the pro shop and gave Mike Lattuca the wink meaning Tom was playing. Tom then signed the original painting
Our glossy paper has a shiny finish. This makes colors appear more richly. Ideal for hanging behind matte glass, or mounting/hanging without cover.
Also, your print will include a COA (certificate of authenticity) with your order.
All four players signed the original oil painting which was appraised at $110,000 shortly after the tournament ended.
You will received a rolled museum quality paper print, and not framed.
Arnold Palmer signs the painting on the driving range in Hawaii.
Tom Watson signed the original painting
SHIPPING: Please allow some time for shipping. First, the publisher will ship the print to the artist to be signed and then you will receive your giclee in a few days.
If you have any questions, feel free to call or text Christiaan Bekker at 574-386-3345
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