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John Traynor with his U.S. Open 2015 Painting, “High Dunes” 10th Hole at Chambers Bay, Washington 436-Yard Par 4

2015 U.S. Open Championship®

“High Dunes”
10th Hole at Chambers Bay, Washington
436-Yard Par 4

Chambers Bay is a true links-style golf course. Having played and painted many links courses in Scotland and Ireland, I was chosen to produce the official fine-art painting and print for the 2015 U.S. Open Championship. I have always had a love for painting as well as playing golf. I have been playing golf since I was 12 and painted my first golf course around the age of 18. When I was asked to be the painter for this year’s U.S. Open, I was overjoyed to be able to do the two activities that I love the most.” – John C. Traynor

Chambers Bay, in University Place, Wash., is the host site of the 115th U.S. Open Championship (June 18-21, 2015), the first U.S. Open to be contested in the Pacifi­c Northwest. Chambers Bay is the third public golf course to host the U.S. Open, which is conducted by the United States Golf Association.

To commemorate the championship, the USGA commissioned award-winning artist John C. Traynor. Traynor is highly recognized for his use of light and atmospheric effect in painting, and has captured the magnificent view of the 10th hole overlooking Puget Sound on this links-style course. The 10th green is beautifully nestled in a valley flanked by bunkers and set between two of the largest dunes on the course, hence the name of the hole: “High Dunes.”

Owned by Pierce County and designed by architect Robert Trent Jones II, the course is set on part of a 930-acre park which was formerly a gravel and sand quarry. Chambers Bay opened in 2007 and just eight months later, the USGA chose the course as the host site for both the 2010 U.S. Amateur Championship (won by Peter Uihlein) and the 2015 U.S. Open.

The original oil painting is printed in a limited edition of 250 paper giclée prints, 150 canvas giclée prints and 25 remarque giclée prints. Each is signed and numbered by the artist. This is to certify that this print or canvas giclée is a Limited Edition and has been published in accordance with the data described herein. It is produced by John C. Traynor. The artist has signed and numbered each one.

These Fine Art Canvases and Prints are printed on museum-quality archival canvas and 100% acid-free rag papers. The Fine Art Products combine premium quality substrates and pigmented inks. The Fine Art Canvases are coated with an aqueous based coating to completely seal the surface of the canvas for vibrancy, protection and durability.