Don’t settle for another mundane gift. If you have a golfer to buy for there are so many golf-inspired gifts that would be appreciated, there’s no reason to give him another neck-tie.

If he’s the practical type, he might be thrilled with new grips, golf balls, or even a new golf shirt. But, sometimes an avid golfer can be difficult to buy for because he uses specific brands. And, if you want to spend a little more, it can almost be more difficult because he probably prefers to buy his own equipment.

So, just how do you find the best gift for that golf lover in your life? This year, consider a gift for your golfer that is both unique and memorable that captures and commemorates the spirit of golf – like a bronze sculpture in Richard MacDonald’s Anatomy of a Golfer series.

Golfers spend countless hours at the golf course, from the driving range to the putting green – perfecting their hand position and their swing. Richard’s collection celebrates the athleticism and focus required to triumph in one of the most challenging sports. Inspired by his heroic sculpture, Momentum, The Anatomy of a Golfer series of sculptures will not only make a memorable gift, it becomes a legacy – a gift that will be passed down to the next generation.

There is also the US Open Monument Commemorative, created by Richard, which is a study of the monument that was commissioned by the US Open to commemorate the 100th US Open Golf Tournament which is installed at the Peter Hay Executive Course at Pebble Beach.

For a golf lover, having a commemorative sculpture that is the study of the monument would indeed be a treasured possession. Standing at just 9” tall is the perfect addition to your golfer’s office, den or man cave.