|The par-5 16th at Firestone|
"I'm essentially trying to create a record of golf history," he says of his prints and paintings, available at baxtergolf.
"Whereas other artists often try to present an image of a course, with almost airbrushed precision, I want to capture a more natural feel for the course. It's simple. I have a passion for golf, I have a passion for art - in my paintings, I combine the two. It did strike me that it wasn't a bad way to make a living!"
He definitely makes a decent living. His painting of the 2000 British Open sold for more than $450,000.