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Arnold Palmer

Dimensions: 76”h x 30”w
Life-size Edition of 50

Arnold Palmer and Pack unveil the Palmer bronze at Arnold’s new and improved Kings North Golf Course at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Palmer is captured in his familiar finish swing with his head bent over as he follows the ball in flight. The life-size statue was unveiled at the dedication ceremony which officially reopened the course.

 

 

Jack Nicklaus
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Jack Nicklaus

Dimensions: 90”h x 30”w
Life-Size Edition of 50

One of the Jack Nicklaus life-size bronzes at the Long Bay Golf CLub located at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

 

 


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Bobby Jones

Bobby (R.T.) Jones (commissioned by the Jones family)
Dimensions: 84”h x 48”w x 36”
Placement: Goldwin Inc. International Headquarters - Tokyo, Japan
Life-size Edition of 12

Pack was commissioned by the family of the late Bobby Jones for his bronze sculpture. The only amateur to ever win the Grand Slam, the immortal Jones is forever captured in his signature finish swing. Extensive research was done through the USGA Golf House located in Far Hills, NJ, and the original PGA Golf Hall of Fame in Pinehurst. The Legends of Golf bronzes were permanently displayed at the PGA Hall of Fame.

 

 

 


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Gary Player

Dimensions: 72"h x 30"
Life-size Edition of 50

Player and Pack show off the finished clay model for Gary Player’s Life-size Edition of bronzes. The bronze shows Player in his more recognizable stance with putter in hand and clenching his right fist to celebrate another victory.

Visit Gary Player website: www.garyplayer.com

 

 

Francis Ouimet and Eddie Lowery
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Francis Ouimet and Eddie Lowery

Dimensions: 75"h x 48"
Life-size Edition of 14

Life-size bronze at World Golf Hall of Fame. The stunning victory in the 1913 US Open at The Country Club by Americans Francis Ouimet, signaled to the world a new era of golf had begun. Ouimet and his young caddie Eddie Lowery became a symbol of American teamwork and pride. Artist Bob Pack has frozen in time this glorious moment in this Limited Edition.

 
 
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