Lee Wybranski is shaping the look of golf today. Working with the game since 1995 as an artist and designer, Wybranski’s first client was the Winged Foot Golf Club and since then his studio has worked for the finest venues, organizations and championships in golf. His work has a traditional aesthetic inspired by fundamental principles and the great artists of the past.

Posters

  • hp-poster-oakmont

     

    2016 U.S. Open
    Oakmont C.C.

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  • Baltusrol

     

    2016 Baltusrol
    Golf Club

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  • Whistling Straights

     

    2015 PGA Championship
    Whistling Straits

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  • Chambers Bay

     

    2015 U.S. Open
    Chambers Bay

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Brand and Logo

  • U.S. Open Merion 2013

     

    2013 U.S. Open
    Merion
  • Cypress Point Club

     

    Cypress Point Club
  • Eastward Ho!

     

    Eastward Ho!
  • U.S. Open 2016

     

    2016 U.S. Open
    Oakmont C.C.

Framed Original Art

  • The 144th Open - St. Andrews

     

    2015 Open Championship
    St Andrews

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  • Oakmount

     

    The 9th Green
    at Oakmont

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  • HoyLake

     

    Signed 2014 Open Championship
    Routing Map

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  • Golf

     

    “Golf”

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Printed Matter

  • Cabot

     

    Cabot Links
  • East Course

     

    Merion
  • Greenwich Country Club

     

    Greenwich
    Country Club
  • Winged Foot Golf Club

     

    Winged Foot
    Country Club
Lee at Chambers Bay

About Lee Wybranski

Lee Wybranski is one of the premier artists working in golf today. He has been commissioned to create drawings and paintings for many of the finest clubs and organizations in the game. These include many of the marquee clubs in the world including Cypress Point Club, Pine Valley Golf Club and The Old Course at St Andrews. In addition, Lee works annually for the governing bodies of the game creating classic, collectable work on behalf of The R&A, PGA of America and United States Golf Association.

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