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The Man Who Broke 60 in The Open - H. M. Bateman

The Man Who Broke 60 in The Open - H. M. Bateman


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The Man Who Broke 60 in The Open - H. M. Bateman

Golfers and spectators alike suffer heat exhaustion at the golf Open. Date: 1950

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Amusing Bateman Exhaustion Feb16 Golf Golfer Golfing Heat Mayo Spectators Sporting Sunny Sunshine


EDITORS COMMENTS
In this print titled "The Man Who Broke 60 in The Open, " H. M. Bateman skillfully captures the scorching heat and humorous chaos that unfolded during the golf Open of 1950. As the sun blazes down relentlessly, both golfers and spectators alike find themselves succumbing to a severe case of heat exhaustion. Amidst a sea of onlookers, we witness an amusing spectacle unfold before our eyes. Golfers, their brows drenched in sweat, struggle to maintain their composure as they navigate through the challenging course under the unforgiving sunshine. Their once pristine attire now clings uncomfortably to their bodies, evidence of their valiant efforts. Meanwhile, spectators who had eagerly gathered to witness this prestigious event also fall victim to the sweltering conditions. Faces flushed with exertion and shirts clinging damply to their backs, they fan themselves desperately in an attempt to alleviate some of the stifling heat. H. M. Bateman's masterful cartoon style perfectly encapsulates both the physical strain endured by these athletes and the lighthearted amusement derived from such a situation. Through his artistry, he reminds us that even in moments of intense competition and adversity, there is always room for laughter. This delightful snapshot serves as a testament not only to Bateman's talent but also as a nostalgic reminder of how sports can bring people together despite challenging circumstances.

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