Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Linda Hartough Completes First Painting in RSM Classic Series

(HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.) – Linda Hartough, a world-renowned golf-landscape artist ( and a 2017 inductee into the Lowcountry Golf Hall of Fame, has completed her original oil painting of the 4th Hole at the Seaside Golf Course at Sea Island Golf Club, in honor of the 2017 RSM Classic. This is the first in Hartough’s series of three works as commissioned by RSM US LLP (“RSM”), sponsor of The RSM Classic, an official PGA Tour event. Three different holes of the Seaside Course will be depicted in Hartough’s series, commemorating the 2017. 2018 and 2019 tournaments.

“The fourth hole at the Seaside Course is memorable not only for the Tour players competing in The RSM Classic, but also for every golfer who ever plays it,” said Hartough, who did an original oil painting of the 13th Hole at Sea Island Golf Club, Seaside Course, in 2001. “It was a pleasure to paint this spectacular hole at Seaside.

“Sea Island Club is a magnificent setting for golf.”

A small number of limited-edition commemorative prints of Hartough’s painting of the Fourth Hole at the Seaside Course have been created, signed and numbered by the artist, for distribution to sponsors and special guests of the tournament. Some of the prints will be given to the Davis Love Foundation, established by Love in 2005 to support national and community-based programs focusing on children and their families. In 2010, the Davis Love Foundation partnered with the PGA Tour to become the Host Organization of The RSM Classic.

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