The stage is set and the curtains are nearly up on the grandest event in golf. Lee’s first painting for the Ryder Cup shows Hazeltine’s famous 7th hole, complete with replica of the Swilcan Bridge dedicated to the late Payne Stewart, universally regarded as a great Ryder Cup competitor and one of golf’s finest examples of class and sportsmanship.
Watercolor painting on Arches cold pressed paper, framed in museum quality materials. The artwork can also be purchased unframed.
Original is 13″ x 19″