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Decorate Corporate Walls with Style with Golf Photos of Famous Golf Course Holes

Decorating public spaces can be both tricky and rewarding. Looking for an unusual focal point for your club or reception area wall? Need a themed art collection for the walls of a restaurant or your corporate headquarters? Turn a hallway or conference room into a paean to the favorite sport of CEOs everywhere with a collection of golf photos memorializing the most famous golf course holes in the world. Consider any of these famous holes to that make up a dream course for any avid golfer.

The 13th Hole at Augusta National

Named the most famous hole in the world by Links magazine, the 13th hole at Augusta National is seen by millions of viewers during the Masters Tournament each year. With Rae Creek running before the tee, and more than 1,600 azaleas forming a dramatic backdrop, photos of Azalea, as the 13th hole is commonly known, are among the favorite golf course art of all time.

The 10th and 11th Holes at Ballybunion, Old Course

Ireland's best known course, Ballybunion, is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful links style courses in the world, and nowhere is its wild beauty more evident than among the dunes at the 10th and 11th holes. The par 4 hole meanders among the sand dunes and along the shoreline, with the ocean on one side and the incredible beauty of the Irish seascape on the other, and the pair is considered among the most difficult holes in golf.

The 15th Hole at Teeth of the Dog, Dominican Republic

The Caribbean course, Teeth of the Dog, is a Dye design that's been on Golf Digest's Top 100 Golf Courses in the World list for over 30 years. The 15th hole is one of 8 that lie along the coast, all of them affording spectacular views. A photo of the 15th hole from the tee makes a beautiful addition to a collection of famous golf pictures photos.

The 16th Hole at Cypress Point

Perhaps the most spectacular hole in all the world, the 16th hole at Cypress Point, Pebble Beach packs a double whammy. It's both visually stunning and devilishly difficult. Add those to the fact that Cypress Point, designed by golf architect guru, Alister McKenzie, and it's easy to see why the 16th hole is so highly regarded. Even a non-golfer can't help but appreciate the magnificent view of Cypress Point's signature hole, but it takes a golfing aficionado to truly understand the significance of the 222 yards from the tee to the green, located on a peninsula jutting out into the Pacific Ocean. The amazing view has been memorialized in golf photos and paintings by the world's best-known golf artists.

The 18th Hole at Harbour Town

If the legendary course at Harbour Town is considered the crowning achievement of famous golf course designer Pete Dye, the 18th hole is the jewel in the crown. The par 4 hole is one of the most feared in all of golf, says the literature from Sea Pines Resort, where the Harbour Town Links are located. The hole lives up to its reputation, especially when the wind is blowing across Calibogue Sound, but the words don't do the stunning scenery justice at all. A photo of the iconic 18th hole at sunset may be one of the most breathtaking golf photos ever taken.

Photos of the most famous golf courses and their signature holes make wonderful decorative accents for any setting, but they're especially beautiful when you bring them together into a collection. Choose from among the most beautiful courses in the entire world, photographed by the best photographers of all time.

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