What an amazing Spring and Summer!
I never thought Spring would actually "spring", but when it did, I hit the ground running and haven't slowed down yet. As a result of long-standing relationships, as well as a new business relationship with Heritage Charity Auctions and Awards, I've been shooting an incredible collection of golf courses.
Courses I've shot in the past two months include:
You read that right... Liberty National, host of this year's Barclays Championship, the first of the PGA Playoff tournaments. What an incredible club and course. This course was co-designed by Tom Kite and legendary golf course architect, Bob Cupp, and it's in a class all by itself. Plus, to make it even better for me, my images are being used in the Barclay's souvenir book, the daily tee sheets and program. They'll also be sold in the merchandise tent during the tournament. I might be able to make a living at this, after all!
Another golf course that may stand out in the list above is Peachtree Golf Club. This course was designed by Bobby Jones and Robert Trent Jones in the late 1940's and remains one of the most exclusive private clubs in the country. They don't even have a web site. But do they ever have a gorgeous golf course!
Keywords: dave sansom, liberty national golf club, peachtree golf club, professional golf course photographer
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