Map of Proposed Golf Links at Pebble Beach, Calif. Print

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In the 1970s Golf Course Architect Forrest Richardson interviewed Jack Neville, co-designer of the Proposed Golf Links at Pebble Beach, Calif. Richardson, as part of his writing duties for the Golf Course Designer, authored a short piece about Neville and his work at what would become the famous links at Pebble Beach, California.

This limited edition is a interpretation depicting the terrain along the coast and the original routing and design envisioned by Neville and Douglas Grant. Richardson's drawing of "The Proposed Golf Links" is based on historical accounts, photographs and his conversation many years ago with Jack Neville.

The plan is reproduced elegantly to capture the look of old fashioned blueprints. It was 1916 when Neville and Grant made their now famous routing plan on a topographical map of the coastline at Pebble Beach, California.

The print shows the relatively short yardage and golf holes as originally planned and built. Since its opening in 1919 the course has undergone numerous changes. One of the most famous being Herbert Fowler's idea to lengthen the 18th hole to a par-5, creating the dramatic finish much further along the rocky cliffs than originally designed. An enlightening print with historical overtones — a great conversation piece for anyone who loves golf at Pebble Beach, California.

  • Limited Edition
  • Each Print is Numbered - Golframes prints that are limited are certified to a set production quantity. If the edition is numbered it will be shipped in sequence. The print number will be determined by the sequence of your order and previously shipped orders. You may inquire on the availability of specific print numbers by contacting us.
  • Renewable Wood Frame - Golframes uses renewable wood composite frames. These frames are durable and manufactured from recycled wood fiber. The surface and sides of frame sections feature a Canadian Walnut finish.
  • Clear Styrene "Glass" - Styrene "glass" is a remarkably strong, flexible, and lightweight product that takes the place of traditional glass. We use styrene instead of glass so our products may be shipped without breaking. While clear styrene is produced through manufacturing, styrene occurs in the environment and is a natural component of many common foods, such as coffee, strawberries and cinnamon. Should you prefer glass in our framed products, the styrene is easily removed and may be recycled with other plastics.

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