This beautiful piece of work is made up of a number of individually-cast pieces and would please any golfer who knows the satisfaction of a good day's golf. The clubs in the bag are all cast, polished and mounted separately, showing an attention to detail which is signature to Thomas & Peters's work. This sculpture weighs in at an impressive 8.2kg with the figure reclining on a beautiful slab of prime Lakeland slate. To some extent this piece was inspired by a famous picture of Lee Trevino, who had the trick of making it look as though he never practised. This trophy is a true celebration of golf and perfect for a special event - for instance a significant time in the club's history such as its centenary. It has also been used as a senior's player of the year award. To get a figure of this impact from a piece of clay demonstrates the enormous skills of the artist. This hand-sculpted piece is exclusive to Thomas & Peters. The creative process starts with an original idea and a lump of clay and ends with this unique real bronze piece mounted on natural materials. Every piece is handmade individually through our registered float bronze process. These distinctive pieces will have enduring appeal in any club or home. Our solid sculptures have a clear presence and lasting interest and will endure as a perpetual trophy or offer years of pleasure as a gift. Options for engraving: The mounting of the piece includes space for an engraving plate with up to 65 characters (including spaces) included in the price of the piece. We can also add your club or company logo or design please contact us on 01406 363410 or email@example.com for more information about this. Option for trophy mounts: Our trophies are mounted on natural green Lakeland slate as standard but you can also choose Burlington Blue, an exquisite black slate. An additional mahogany mount can also be added beneath the stone to supply the inches and status of a perpetual trophy. Please contact us on 01406 363410 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.