The seventh hole at Pebble Beach is arguably the shortest hole that most of the world’s best golfers will ever play, yet one of the most beautiful overlooking Carmel Bay and the rocky reefs below.
About the Artist: Marci Rule grew up in the beautiful countryside of southwestern Wisconsin. She began drawing and painting at an early age and is primarily self-taught. In 1987, while living in Pinehurst, North Carolina, Marci was inspired by the beauty of the area, which fed her desire to paint landscapes. After painting a few local scenes, her focus tured towards the area's golf courses, thus beginning her carreer as a golf landscape artist. Over the years many individuals, organizations, and charities have commissioned Marci. Eventually she would like to expand her art to include breathtaking views from different regions of the country.