click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Ben Hogan 1953   -crayon, gouache, wood grain, digital   Steven has a deep interest in the great game of golf ...   and creates striking golf art and graphics: from golfscapes to depictions of legendary golf professionals both past and present.  Steven’s golf art & illustrations have been published by   Golf Digest, GOLF magazine, LINKS magazine, GolfWorld magazine, and his portraits of top PGA Tour players appeared in the spotlight feature section on PGATour.com.  In 2012 he created a series of golfscape paintings of signature golf holes designed by Golf Hall of Fame member and 4-time Major Championship winner, golfer and architect  Ernie Els  -for use in a series of print ads promoting  Els Design  golf architecture company. Contact Steven via email to discuss your design project requiring golf art and graphics.  (at age 17 Steven won his home State's Junior Amateur Golf Championship. As a young man he was an apprentice in the PGA and was one of the Assistant Professionals at The Yale Golf Club and then at Racebrook Country Club, both in Connecticut)
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Babe  (Babe Didrikson Zaharias -1950’s LPGA star)  digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Numbers Game   -digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Pebble Beach Golf Links /California -8th hole seen from behind the green, looking back toward the tee  -crayon, gouache
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Hogan at Carnoustie 1953   -gouache, digital  In the spring of 1953 Ben Hogan won the  Masters , followed in June with a victory at the  US Open  (his 8th and 9th major victories). Then in July he played his first and only  Open Championship,  which in ‘53 was held at the Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland. Hogan was tied for the lead at the end of three rounds, then shot a course record in the final round to win the Claret Jug. It was his 10th and last major championship victory. This drawing depicts Ben Hogan teeing off on a gray overcast day at Carnoustie with a large gallery looking on…
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Hogan at Carnoustie 1953 (detail of full image at left)   -gouache, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   elle a aime jouant le golf (she loved playing golf)   -gouache, crayon, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   fourteen red shirts /Tiger Woods and his 14 Major Championships to date... with possibly more to come?  -ink, gouache, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge  detail view of image at right:  fourteen red shirts
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   the 11:20 tee time -Joe & Mikey McFinn   -ink, gouache, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Ben Hogan  in late 1940’s (without his iconic white cap)  gouache
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   young Tom Morris Jr.  1873  -crayon, ink
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Byron Nelson  1939  -crayon, ink
       
     
             click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Woods vs Snead   Legendary past PGA Tour player “Slammin” Sammy Snead still holds the record for most tour wins with 82... Tiger Woods is currently in 2nd place with 80 tour wins, and at age 43 fans speculate if Tiger will tie or even surpass Snead’s record.  -gouache, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   For All the Marbles   -crayon, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Arnold Palmer  in 1961  -crayon, gouache, wood grain, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   The Match   -crayon, gouache, ink, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Els Club Copperleaf , 6th hole/Tshane, South Africa, created for  Els Design  (the golf architecture company of Golf Hall of Fame Member, and 4-time Major Championship winner, Ernie Els)  -crayon, pastel, gouache
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Wentworth Club,  West Course 18th hole/ Surrey, England, created for  Els Design  (the golf architecture company of Golf Hall of Fame Member, and 4-time Major Championship winner, Ernie Els)  -crayon, pastel, gouache
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   The Tall Pines  i  gouache, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Byron Nelson  in 1945  -crayon, gouache, digital
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Ben Hogan 1953   -crayon, gouache, wood grain, digital   Steven has a deep interest in the great game of golf ...   and creates striking golf art and graphics: from golfscapes to depictions of legendary golf professionals both past and present.  Steven’s golf art & illustrations have been published by   Golf Digest, GOLF magazine, LINKS magazine, GolfWorld magazine, and his portraits of top PGA Tour players appeared in the spotlight feature section on PGATour.com.  In 2012 he created a series of golfscape paintings of signature golf holes designed by Golf Hall of Fame member and 4-time Major Championship winner, golfer and architect  Ernie Els  -for use in a series of print ads promoting  Els Design  golf architecture company. Contact Steven via email to discuss your design project requiring golf art and graphics.  (at age 17 Steven won his home State's Junior Amateur Golf Championship. As a young man he was an apprentice in the PGA and was one of the Assistant Professionals at The Yale Golf Club and then at Racebrook Country Club, both in Connecticut)
       
     

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Ben Hogan 1953

-crayon, gouache, wood grain, digital

Steven has a deep interest in the great game of golf... and creates striking golf art and graphics: from golfscapes to depictions of legendary golf professionals both past and present. Steven’s golf art & illustrations have been published by Golf Digest, GOLF magazine, LINKS magazine, GolfWorld magazine, and his portraits of top PGA Tour players appeared in the spotlight feature section on PGATour.com. In 2012 he created a series of golfscape paintings of signature golf holes designed by Golf Hall of Fame member and 4-time Major Championship winner, golfer and architect Ernie Els -for use in a series of print ads promoting Els Design golf architecture company. Contact Steven via email to discuss your design project requiring golf art and graphics.

(at age 17 Steven won his home State's Junior Amateur Golf Championship. As a young man he was an apprentice in the PGA and was one of the Assistant Professionals at The Yale Golf Club and then at Racebrook Country Club, both in Connecticut)

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Babe  (Babe Didrikson Zaharias -1950’s LPGA star)  digital
       
     

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Babe (Babe Didrikson Zaharias -1950’s LPGA star)

digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Numbers Game   -digital
       
     

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Numbers Game

-digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Pebble Beach Golf Links /California -8th hole seen from behind the green, looking back toward the tee  -crayon, gouache
       
     

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Pebble Beach Golf Links/California -8th hole seen from behind the green, looking back toward the tee

-crayon, gouache

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Hogan at Carnoustie 1953   -gouache, digital  In the spring of 1953 Ben Hogan won the  Masters , followed in June with a victory at the  US Open  (his 8th and 9th major victories). Then in July he played his first and only  Open Championship,  which in ‘53 was held at the Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland. Hogan was tied for the lead at the end of three rounds, then shot a course record in the final round to win the Claret Jug. It was his 10th and last major championship victory. This drawing depicts Ben Hogan teeing off on a gray overcast day at Carnoustie with a large gallery looking on…
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

Hogan at Carnoustie 1953

-gouache, digital

In the spring of 1953 Ben Hogan won the Masters, followed in June with a victory at the US Open (his 8th and 9th major victories). Then in July he played his first and only Open Championship, which in ‘53 was held at the Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland. Hogan was tied for the lead at the end of three rounds, then shot a course record in the final round to win the Claret Jug. It was his 10th and last major championship victory. This drawing depicts Ben Hogan teeing off on a gray overcast day at Carnoustie with a large gallery looking on…

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Hogan at Carnoustie 1953 (detail of full image at left)   -gouache, digital
       
     

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Hogan at Carnoustie 1953 (detail of full image at left)

-gouache, digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   elle a aime jouant le golf (she loved playing golf)   -gouache, crayon, digital
       
     

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elle a aime jouant le golf (she loved playing golf)

-gouache, crayon, digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   fourteen red shirts /Tiger Woods and his 14 Major Championships to date... with possibly more to come?  -ink, gouache, digital
       
     

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fourteen red shirts/Tiger Woods and his 14 Major Championships to date... with possibly more to come?

-ink, gouache, digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge  detail view of image at right:  fourteen red shirts
       
     

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detail view of image at right: fourteen red shirts

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   the 11:20 tee time -Joe & Mikey McFinn   -ink, gouache, digital
       
     

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the 11:20 tee time -Joe & Mikey McFinn

-ink, gouache, digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Ben Hogan  in late 1940’s (without his iconic white cap)  gouache
       
     

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Ben Hogan in late 1940’s (without his iconic white cap)

gouache

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   young Tom Morris Jr.  1873  -crayon, ink
       
     

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young Tom Morris Jr. 1873

-crayon, ink

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Byron Nelson  1939  -crayon, ink
       
     

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Byron Nelson 1939

-crayon, ink

             click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Woods vs Snead   Legendary past PGA Tour player “Slammin” Sammy Snead still holds the record for most tour wins with 82... Tiger Woods is currently in 2nd place with 80 tour wins, and at age 43 fans speculate if Tiger will tie or even surpass Snead’s record.  -gouache, digital
       
     

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Woods vs Snead

Legendary past PGA Tour player “Slammin” Sammy Snead still holds the record for most tour wins with 82... Tiger Woods is currently in 2nd place with 80 tour wins, and at age 43 fans speculate if Tiger will tie or even surpass Snead’s record.

-gouache, digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   For All the Marbles   -crayon, digital
       
     

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For All the Marbles

-crayon, digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Arnold Palmer  in 1961  -crayon, gouache, wood grain, digital
       
     

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Arnold Palmer in 1961

-crayon, gouache, wood grain, digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   The Match   -crayon, gouache, ink, digital
       
     

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The Match

-crayon, gouache, ink, digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Els Club Copperleaf , 6th hole/Tshane, South Africa, created for  Els Design  (the golf architecture company of Golf Hall of Fame Member, and 4-time Major Championship winner, Ernie Els)  -crayon, pastel, gouache
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

Els Club Copperleaf, 6th hole/Tshane, South Africa, created for Els Design (the golf architecture company of Golf Hall of Fame Member, and 4-time Major Championship winner, Ernie Els)

-crayon, pastel, gouache

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Wentworth Club,  West Course 18th hole/ Surrey, England, created for  Els Design  (the golf architecture company of Golf Hall of Fame Member, and 4-time Major Championship winner, Ernie Els)  -crayon, pastel, gouache
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

Wentworth Club, West Course 18th hole/ Surrey, England, created for Els Design (the golf architecture company of Golf Hall of Fame Member, and 4-time Major Championship winner, Ernie Els)

-crayon, pastel, gouache

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   The Tall Pines  i  gouache, digital
       
     

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The Tall Pines i

gouache, digital

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Byron Nelson  in 1945  -crayon, gouache, digital
       
     

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Byron Nelson in 1945

-crayon, gouache, digital