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A veritable paradise, this “On the Links” creation symbolizes true happiness (and, at the same time, true frustration) for any enthusiast of the game, whose history is thought to reach back into ancient Persia, although the modern game finds its earliest roots in Scotland, at St. Andrews.  Often described alternately as “A good walk, spoiled” (Mark Twain), and “I regard golf as an expensive way of playing marbles” (G.K. Chesterton).  Beautiful cloudless blue skies, rolling green hills, manicured  greens and colorful flags, on three graduated round tiers, all combine to lure the player to the course, travelling in the golf cart, and enjoying the sunny day (although golfers are known to play in any weather, including the occasional lightning storm).  The golf bag and clubs on the top of this work are immaculately detailed, and this design will elicit “oooohs” and “aaahhhs” from all concerned.

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