The 1991 Challenge: Portland, Oregon
|Edition||Paper Size||Image Size|
|O||33 x 24||25 x 18|
The Fred Meyer Challenge was a charity golf tournament played in the Portland metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Oregon. Held from 1986 to 2002, it was organized by Portland native and PGA Tour golfer Peter Jacobsen and sponsored by the then locally owned hypermarket chain Fred Meyer. The field included active and retired PGA Tour players. It was always played as a two-man team best ball event. In 1991 the winners were Paul Azinger and Ben Crenshaw.
About the Artist: Bart Forbes gallery paintings represent a natural transition from his long career as one of America's most recognized illustrators. His clients have included such well known publications as Time and Sports Illustrated and corporate clients have included NBC, NFL, ABC-TV, The Kentucky Derby, Indianapolis 500, San Francisco 49ers and the America's Cup to name only a few. Bart has created many paintings for PGA golf tournaments and clubhouses. He was honored in 1988 as the Official Olympic Artist for the Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea. Bart has also designed over 14 postage stamps for the US Postal Service.