Wallsauce offers golf murals

A collection of golf landscape photographs is now available as wall mural coverings, from British firm Wallsauce. The service, which includes mural-sized images from golf photographers Matthew Harris and Andy Hiseman, is being offered worldwide and is designed to appeal to golf clubs, company premises and individual golf-lovers seeking inspirational golfing images to cover large wall spaces. Spaces from two square metres up to 30 square metres can be covered, with installation lead times being a maximum of seven working days.

In his new Wallsauce mural collection, award-winning photographer Matthew Harris – described as ‘a master of his art’ by Seve Ballesteros – has included images of some of the world’s most iconic golfing scenes, including a photograph from a 2014 shoot to commemorate the forthcoming 400th anniversary at Royal Dornoch Golf Club.

Harris, who has covered 112 Major championships, 14 Ryder Cups and countless Tour events in 57 countries, is initially offering scenes from eight other world-class golf courses on Wallsauce. These are Pebble Beach and Chambers Bay in the USA; Barnbougle Dunes in Australia: Royal County Down and Ballyliffin in Ireland; and Cruden Bay, Trump Links and St Andrews Old Course in Scotland. Wallsauce will shortly start to release additional Matthew Harris images on a monthly basis, including scenes from other classic golf courses around the world.

A second golf photographer, Andy Hiseman, has also released a collection of serene golfing landscape photographs available as wallcoverings on Wallsauce. Hiseman’s images are generally taken in the ‘magic hour’ at first or last light, to show the inherent beauty of all golf courses. Through Wallsauce, golf clubs can commission an Andy Hiseman golf course photoshoot at discounted rates, for a limited period.

Colin Watson, director at Wallsauce parent company Omega Sky, said, “I am sure that every golfer will agree that these photographs are stunning. They look extraordinary when offered at large size on a wall mural, and we are already taking orders from across the world.”

Matthew Harris said: “Like every photographer I have always been proactive, and look for new ways in which to use my images. Quality standards have always been the issue with murals, but Wallsauce meet a very exacting set of standards. It’s very exciting to finally be able to offer this new way to see my photographs.” More at: www.wallsauce.com

Pictured from left: Andy Hiseman, Matthew Harris and Colin Watson

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