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Sport Renowned golf artist Bud Chapman is dead at 97

07:31  11 july  2020
07:31  11 july  2020 Source:   golfweek.com

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97 year-old legend— BUD CHAPMAN —(professional golfer , artist and inventor) advice to golfers . “Arnie and I shared a mutual acquaintance, Loyal H. ( Bud ) Chapman . You’ve probably seen prints of Bud ’s fantasy golf paintings. The last time I saw Bud was at the U.S. Senior Open at Hazeltine

Loyal (Bud) Chapman, the artist behind a series of fantasy golf holes, died on Thursday of a heart attack in Minnesota, the Minnesota Star Tribune first reported. He was 97.

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Chapman is best known for creating the “Infamous Golf Holes,” a series of outlandish golf holes inspired by exotic locales such as the Grand Canyon, Lake Superior and Africa’s Victoria Falls.

Chapman was a commercial artist by trade and didn’t begin painting his elaborate golf holes until his 50s. Bankrupt after unsuccessfully searching for gold one day in the New Mexico mountains, Chapman recounted how the idea for the series struck him like a thunderbolt.

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Infamous Golf Holes TV Promo, with Internationally Renowned artist golfer Loyal H.( Bud ) Chapman .

Beth Chapman , who along with her husband, Duane "Dog" Chapman , appeared for years on the iconic show, "Dog the Bounty Hunter," is dead . She had battled long and hard against cancer, which ultimately took her life. The 51-year-old announced in 2017 that she'd been diagnosed with stage II

“Why not paint 18 of the greatest golf holes that nobody can conceive and paint them so real that nobody will even know if they’re real or not?” he once told the Minnesota Star Tribune.

In 1975, the first four paintings appeared in Golf Digest, who agreed to give him a free ad in exchange for the rights to publish his artwork. Prints of his paintings appeared everywhere from the most exclusive country club locker rooms and were reproduced on everything from calendars to video games and jigsaw puzzles.

Chapman, a member at both Minneapolis Golf Club and Hazeltine National, started in the game as a 12-year-old caddie at Interlachen Country Club in Edina, and often caddied for LPGA Hall of Famer Patty Berg, who paid him 75 cents a loop plus a dime tip. He became an accomplished golfer and was named the Minnesota golfer of the year in three decades. He competed in the U.S. Amateur and U.S. Senior Open, leading the latter through 15 holes in 1983. Chapman first broke his age at 68, and once bettered it by 21 strokes, shooting a 71 at 92. He is believed to have broken his age nearly 4,000 times. Chapman was elected to the Minnesota Golf Hall of Fame in 1994. But his contribution to the game will be best remembered for his imaginative flair.

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Meet the 93 year-old Artist Bud Chapman who received a lifetime membership at Hazeltine National Golf Club through one painting.

See more of Loyal H. ( Bud ) Chapman on Facebook. Artist . Mary Du Bois Adamek - Edina Realty Crosslake, MN.

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