A business logo coat of arms I have created for a Royal Golf Club from the USA.
This is a digital painting business logo coat of arms. It was commissioned by the Royal Golf Club from the USA. In this green coat of arms, referring to the green of the golf course, we see the shield in the form of the winning cup. In the centre of the green shield we see a golden golf ball. On both sides of the shield there are a man and a woman in nineteenth-century golf clothes. They are carrying golf clubs placed in special bags. The same golf clubs (crossed) can be seen right behind the shield. Above the shield there is a golden crown. Above it on a scroll the year of the club’s foundation: 1895. The whole coat of arms is surrounded by a wreath made of laurel leaves – a symbol of victory.
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