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Grandison Golf Gallery – Fantastic Festive Sale

12.02am 28th November 2011 - People - This story was updated on Sunday, November 27th, 2011

William Grandison

William Grandison, born in Edinburgh,Scotland, is a graduate of the renowned Edinburgh College of Art and is internationally recognised as one of the world’s leading golf artists. This acclaimed golf artist’s work can be found in the private collections of many prominent figures in sport, politics, and entertainment, including Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Max Faulkner, former President Bill Clinton, Rudi Giuliani and Jasper Carrot.

‘The Perfect Gift for Any Golfer’

Superb Golf Prints of Scotland, Ireland, England, USA, Portugal and Spain, original paintings, ideally suited for the home, office or boardroom.

From Monday 28th November to Monday 16thJanuary 2012 all prices on the website will be reduced by an incredible 30%

As the festive season approaches rapidly, the perennial question of that special gift for relatives, friends, business colleagues or indeed, yourself, always arises.

“I hope we can be of some assistance in your choice! We have been continually adding to our collection of limited edition golf prints of the world’s premier golfing venues, including St. Andrews, Ballybunion,PebbleBeach, La Manga…. any of which make a perfect gift at any time,” says Mr Grandison.

“Now is your chance to expand your own collection or purchase that special gift for relatives, friends or business colleagues. This offer is for a limited period only – don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity.”

Grandison Golf Gallery


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