Lee had 4 hours to complete this painting of 16. He got some help from @BubbaWatson, @JustinThomas34 and @BillyHo_Golf. pic.twitter.com/Pvdin0mZbu — Skratch (@Skratch) February 4, 2017
Chances are that if you have had even a passing interest in golf’s major championships in the past few years, then you know Lee Wybranski — or at least know his work.
A special draw to Torrey Pines has elevated the career of an artist now known for logos and posters at major events. BY COREY ROSS
Lee Wybranski reveals not one, but two posters of the famous 8th hole at Royal Troon, also known as The Postage Stamp, for the 145th Open on The Golf Channel.
Lee Wybranski, the official artist of the US Open, paints live on-site at the US Open
‘Bold simplicity’, Lee’s artistic style, is on display on Shane O’Donoghues interview with Lee on Living Golf on CNN. In the interview, Lee discusses his process and highlights key elements he intertwines with each design. He states that he views…
Lee Wybranski created his own niche in the golf world, and it’s one that will be highly visible during U.S. Open week.
Shane O’Donoghue highlights Lee Wybranski’s U.S. Open Posters which features the railway at Chambers Bay. Shane discusses the impact of railways on U.S. and golf country. At Chamber’s Bay – paper, lumber, sand or gravel helped build the infrastructure of…