GolfJigsaws.com is a trading name of Shoot Golf. Providing the highest quality Golf Jigsaw Puzzles, Golf Greeting Cards, and Professional Golf Photography, Fine Giclee Prints & Pictures.
To provide the highest quality image we use giclee printing for all our art reproductions and many of our photographic reproductions. Although we offer a range of five different sizes as standard, the method also allows us to customise individual prints to almost any size you may require. Giclee printing offers a virtually unrivalled clarity of image, plus fidelity and durability of colour. Many giclee prints are to be found in museums, art and photographic galleries . We use pigment based ink on archival quality Fine art paper (310gsm) with a matt finish to avoid any reflective glare. All our work is personally supervised, quality-assured and packaged.
If you require a photograph of your clubhouse, golf hole or even the whole course, we may be able to offer a unique perspective. We can take an elevated photograph from heights of between 10 and 30 metres. Unlike photographs taken at ground level, or aerial view, which tend to show a restricted perspective, elevated photography can combine both the vertical and the horizontal. This can reveal topographical details and subtlety of land contours that would otherwise be lost. The results can be quite remarkable.
We can take any of your images and turn them into beautiful and personalised greeting cards. We can consider orders from as little as 100 upwards, offering greater savings on greater volume. Our standard sizes are A6, A5 and 7" x 5", but we are always happy to help and can offer quotations on individual requirements.
We are happy for you to use some of our images to create your own calendar. There is a minimum order of 1000. Please contact us direct.
If you require photography or golf art for your website, score cards or your clubhouse walls, we can help out. Whether it's your 18th green and clubhouse or all 18 holes, we can offer customised solutions and individual quotations, similarly, if you would like to use any of our website images for publication then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, tell us your intended use and estimated volume and we will respond promptly.
Photographers & artists
Some of the world's best known golf photographers and artists are working with Shoot Golf. We can offer many famous and iconic international golf images, but also many beautiful and lesser known courses. There are over 30,000 golf courses in the world, including many hidden gems. Our aim is to spread and share these pleasures so- wherever you live if you think our website deserves a picture of your course, please send it in and we may be able to include it in our gallery.
Bernard is hailed as one of the world's foremost artists specialising in golf courses. We are proud to offer giclee prints of Bernard's work exclusively through Shoot Golf.
Bernard Willington grew up in the industrial heartland of South Wales during the Second World War. His early wishes to become an artist were over-ridden by the need to find work to contribute to the family finances in a period of national austerity. He went into engineering and qualified as a design engineer in 1962 while studying painting and art history in his spare time.
Through the 1970's and early 80's his job took him to the Middle East, South America and West Africa, invariably accompanied by his sketch book and painting equipment. In 1984, on returning from two years in West Africa he gave up his engineering career to become a full time artist.
In 1988 Bernard's work came to the attention of the Old Course Hotel at St Andrews when he was working on a view of the town from the links. He was commissioned to paint a 3ft x 7ft version of the same view for one of the public rooms at the hotel. The painting was later taken to join others in a collection in Tokyo
He divides his time between his studios in Augusta, Georgia and in Wiltshire in the south of England not far from Stonehenge.
The Ron Watts Collection
We would like to thank Ron Watts for providing us with many of the Augusta National pictures. Golf pictures and collecting them has been a past time for Ron Watts (part owner of the largest retailer of Golf Equipment in the world, Edwin Watts Golf shops) his whole life. Now his collection is available to the public. Many of the images come from the work of Frank Christian and include work from four generations of the Christian family, the official club photographers for the Augusta National and the Masters.
Ann Cecil (photographer)
Ann is undoubtedly one of the world's acclaimed golf course photographers. Specialising in Hawaiian courses, she combines the pastoral golf landscapes with stunning mountain and ocean background view. Shoot Golf is proud to offer some of her finest work as giclee reproductions.
Ann has an international reputation, and her Hawaiian images have been commissioned by, and featured in, a wide range of publications including sunset magazine, Island Heritage Publishing, the New York Times and National Geographic Traveller.