18th Hole at Pebble Beach – framed by Linda Hartough
From humble beginnings, Pebble Beach Golf Links has grown to become one of the most famous golf courses in the world. Designed by two amateur golfers, Jack Neville and Douglas Grant, Pebble Beach Golf Links was initially maintained by sheep. While the Neville/Grant routing has remained virtually intact, the course benefited from enhancements in its first decade by many top architects including W. H. Fowler, Alister MacKenzie and H. Chandler Egan. In more recent years, both Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer have contributed their expertise.
Linda Hartough is an exceptionally gifted artist, and her talent is renowned far and wide for her depiction of golf courses around the country.
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