This series of golf cartoon are by famed American
illustrator and cartoonist, Arthur Burdett Frost (A.B. Frost).
Frost created thousands of illustrations for Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and Life magazines during the late
nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He completed hundreds of
watercolors and oils and is probably best known for his hunting,
shooting and golf prints that capture the drama of sport in
realistically detailed settings. These cartoons are about the
greatest game ever played and are from the Scribner's 1895
article, Golf, by Henry E. Howland.
"Stymie or not stymie?"
"A clean miss"
AB Frost Prints - 1895
Antique golf prints by A.B. Frost. Golf pictures of
golf courses and golfing scenes from the late
History of Golf The history of the greatest game ever played,
written by Henry Howland.
Greatest Game Ever Played
Francis Ouimet, an amateur golfer from a working class family, shocked the world in the 1913 U.S. Open.