Title: SEMINOLE- 18TH HOLE
Sizes: 15 X 22 unframed
Cost: $ 2,500
Product #: 21
Donald Ross and Marion Simms Wyeth at their best!! Seminole, ranked #13 in the world was founded by E.F. Hutton, has a rich history of being a golf club for the corporate elite. Donald Ross designed it in 1929. And Marion Simms Wyeth designed the club house. Seminole’s history runs deep. The course has hosted kings and presidents: Eisenhower was an honorary member; Ford and JFK played it often; and the Duke of Windsor was a member. To give a sense of the level of prominence of its membership, in 1947 members included Joseph P. Kennedy, Henry Ford II, Jack Chrysler, Paul Mellon, Phillip Armour, John Pillsbury and Robert Vanderbilt. Seminole’s membership has always included titans of industry, politics and golf. Henry Picard, the 1938 Masters winner, was the professional at Seminole for 26 years and Ben Hogan spent a significant amount of time here playing and practicing.
The Original Painting is on archival paper. The work can be transferred to Canvas if preferred, in which case the original on paper will be destroyed. If the canvas is preferred, the painting can be re-sized to any size larger or smaller proportionally. To order, please use the contact form on this website.