Par Then Bar


Available to order online as an unframed Giclee print on paper

"I think it was Mark Twain, who said that golf “spoiled a good walk”. There are times out on the course when every shot is a disaster. You think you would have had a better time just walking the course, without playing the game in the first place.

This image makes me think of such times, when all you can think of is heading to the 19th hole to drown your sorrows and ponder on times when you played much better. Funnily enough that is most days I am ever on a golf course."

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