A selection of photographs either taken or commissioned by the individual golf club.
Eric has provided the hole by hole collection of photographs of every Open Championship venue since 1995 and the collection of golf course photographs in the library is vast.
Steve has been in golf writing and photography since 1988, working first as a writer on some of Europe's most famous magazines.
golfworking.co.uk specialises in creating outstanding websites with stunning photography for a growing number of golf clubs.
David Cannon has been with Getty Images for 31 years, moving over from Allsport, which Getty Images acquired in 1998.
World renowned golf course photographer Russell Kirk brings his personal passion for golf to his photographs. Having achieved a successful career as an advertising photographer in New York producing award winning campaigns for clients such as, A.T.&T., IBM and Rolex.
Brian will be 70 in March of 2016. He has been photographing golf since the mid 1960s and last year covered his 50th Open Championship at Hoylake England where Rory McIlroy won.
Harry Williams has worked on many high profile commissions such as two Ryder Cup Competitions, UNESCO World Heritage Awards and many other global marketing campaigns.
Iain operates a family run photography business, his son (Chris) and himself work on all image based projects and his wife (Muriel) keeps the accounts and admin in order.
As an artist in photography, music, golf and writing, Brian prides himself on a unique perspective brought to life from experience, relationships and opportunity.
In just a few years Kevin has become regarded as one of the best in the world of Golf Photography. Kevin has taken Golf Course Photos from all four corners of the globe.
Aidan Bradley is regarded as amongst the best at his trade and is widely recognized for his ability to capture the excitement and mood of a golf course.
Gary Lisbon has been an accomplished Melbourne, Australia based golf course photographer for almost two decades.
His photographic goal is clear-cut: to capture the essence of the golfing landscape and the spirit of the game — through the medium of his camera.
Mark is an award-winning golf course photographer and established journalist. Whether shooting a course for a magazine, resort or architect, his images capture the essence of a place in scintillating light
Over the last twenty years, former PGA Professional Evan Schiller has established himself as one of the premier golf course photographers in the world.