The setting for the 1999 U.S. Open is steeped in golf lore and excellence. Designed by renowned golf course architect Donal Ross and played by such legends as Jones, Hogan and Snead, Pinehurst No. 2 is a magnificent golf layout. This year marks the first time the Open has been played at Pinehurst. Three other national championships have been hosted there: the 1994 Senior Open, the 1989 Women's Amateur and the 1962 Amateur. Linda Hartough, the famous American golf landscape artist, has captured the beauty and challenge of the classically designed and difficult 5th hole. The dramatic lighting enhances the sloped fairway and angled green, both rimmed with pines Ms. Hartough's meticulous rendering of this famous hole is offered as a limitd edition of 850 lithographs, each signed and numbered by the artist.