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Every avid golfer’s dream is to play at St. Andrews Golf Course in Scotland, famous for being the “home” of golf. The Swilcan Bridge, between the first and eighteenth fairways on the Old Course, was originally built so that shepherds could cross the small stream. It is over 700 years old and has become an important image in the sport of golf, according to Wikipedia. If you can’t get there to play golf, the next best thing is to bid on this 30x33 double-matted, framed, and numbered offset lithograph created by Atlanta artist Bobby Sikes. Collectors have found Sike’s work to be a secure investment as well as an inspiration in today’s art world (value $500).

Donor(s): Dick Snyder


306 - A Bobby Sikes Numbered Lithograph of St. Andrews Golf Course

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