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Photographer Evan Schiller shares the shots that show how beautiful this game can be (golfweek.usatoday.com)

Anybody can take a picture of a golf hole with a smartphone. Quick glance at the framing in broad daylight. Try to get some background. Push the button. Easy.

But to capture golf courses in the best light consistently, to wait out the weather and the clouds, to frame a shot in such a way that golfers will spend hundreds of dollars or more to hang a print on their walls at home? That’s art.

Evan Schiller has been such an artist for decades. His photos have graced the covers of too many magazines to count, been featured on websites, are sold in pro shops and wow golf fans on social media. Schiller one of just a handful of accomplished photographers specializing in commercial course photography that makes the rest of want to climb into an airplane to reach the best destinations in the game.

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