Graeme Baxter, an artist who specialises in painting top golf courses all over the world, has unveiled his latest work of art – the first hole of Rockliffe Hall’s championship golf course with the hotel and clubhouse in the background.
Graeme, who is originally from Scotland but now lives in Palm Springs, USA, is the Official Artist to more golf events than any other artist, including the Open Championship and The Ryder Cup, as well as the PGA and European Tour.
His original, giclees and lithographs are displayed in famous clubhouse around the world including St. Andrews Old Course, August, Turnberry, Pebble Beach, Dubai Creek and Carnoustie to name a few.
Graeme joined Rockliffe Hall’s Chairman, Warwick Brindle, and members of the Golf Club to unveil the specially commissioned painting last week. It is currently on display in the main reception at Rockliffe Hall.
Warwick Brindle says: “We’ve been keen to commission an official painting of Rockliffe’s fantastic golf course for some time and considered Graeme the best person for the job. He has painted some of the world’s most famous courses and we’re delighted that he can now add Rockliffe Hall to that list.”