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St Andrews Legacy particpants meet President Barack Obama, May 2017

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Jack Nicklaus artwork for St Andrews Legacy


The most successful golfer in history relives iconic moment to help veterans visit the home of golf

Jack Nicklaus, winner of a record 18 majors, including two Open championships at St Andrews, is a staunch supporter of veterans causes. To help St Andrews Legacy, Mr Nicklaus has signed a limited edition artwork that captures both the sight and sound of his famous birdie putt on the seventeenth at Augusta National on the 13 April 1986. Soundwaves artist Tim Wakefield collaborated with painter Robert Highton to create a stunning tribute to the key moment in Jack's eighteenth major victory. You can now make a bid to own one of these beautiful canvas artworks and help veterans visit St Andrews. Find out more here and make us an offer


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Jack Nicklaus with special edition artwork Jack Nicklaus artwork at the Old Course




St Andrews, the Home of Golf

St Andrews Legacy is a Scottish Charity using the magic of St Andrews to help those facing challenges in their lives.


Working with international veterans organizations, St Andrews Legacy hosts men and women from all over the world, creating a relaxing environment for positive interactions and long-term benefits.


One St Andrews Legacy participant had this to say about the effect the programme has had on him and his loved ones: "The impact the St Andrews Legacy trip had on my life has been profound. Quite honestly it saved my life and changed the direction I was life has completely turned around from where I would have become just another statistic, leaving a widow and a child without a father…I can never say thank you enough for saving my life and giving me a reason to keep moving forward".


Another participant explains how golf helps him recover from traumatic injuries: "Golf has really given me hope…I needed something else to build and boost my spirit, so that I'd continue to fight…and playing golf again has brought that old me back, which I thought I'd lost".


Here is a take on the St Andrews Legacy experience: "It's my sport and this has made me fall more in love with the game…It makes you remember how to enjoy life. I've seen the great things that golf can do for people. There is life after being injured, it's just about making the most of it instead of dwelling on it. Golf helps people to realize that".

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Scott Blaney, Grenadier Guard and Afghanistan veteran, is an amputee now working as a golf coach; he talks about how St Andrews Legacy changed his life. Also, see how Jack Nicklaus is supporting St Andrews Legacy and wounded veterans by signing 100 canvas prints. Click here to find out more
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