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Meghan Tomorrow's Champion The work of highly acclaimed Texas-based sculptor, Bob Pack

THE BEGINNING OF AN ANNUAL TRADITION Ted Pettijohn won this sculpture in 2016 when his name was drawn at The Founders Club Golf Tournament. He has generously offered to give it back to initiate a new annual tradition. The winner will keep the sculpture until the following year’s golf event, when it is passed on. This sculpture will be presented to the golfer whose name is drawn from a raffle (golf team and skill winners excluded).

BOB PACK HAS BEEN COLLECTED WORLDWIDE. HIS ENERGY LEVEL AND ARTISTIC ABILITIES APPEAR BOUNDLESS AS THE LIFE-SIZE AND LARGE BRONZE MONUMENTS HE SO METICULOUSLY SCULPTS.

Pack’s commissions include the Stephen F. Austin, The Father of Texas, displays the heroic entrepreneur emerging from the waters of the nearby Brazos River. It captures Austin as his horse rears and he pulls a struggling packhorse to shore. Located in the middle of the Sugar Land Town Square, this 18-foot by 24-foot masterpiece is strategically positioned in a large granite fountain to depict the river’s current and the spirit and courage of early Texans. Only a few of the remaining 30 limited edition bronze remain available to collectors.

Pack first received prominence and international acclaim with his outstanding art series entitled “Legends of Golf” which depicts the sport’s finest players: Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Bobby Jones and Gary Player. Other recognized greats who also own some of Pack’s sculpture are Bryon Nelson, the late Gene Sarazen, Tom Watson, Nick Price and Ben Crenshaw.

His creative genius as an artist has earned him a reputation as the foremost sculptor of bronze sports figures in the world. He has received national recognition in Newsweek, USA Today, and Golf Magazine.

Bob Pack working on one of his creations

Mr. Pack received a Papal invitation which took him to Rome where, in a private audience at the Pope’s summer residence, he personally presented a bronze, The Good Shepherd, to Pope John Paul II. The life-size bronze, The Good Shepherd, is located at the First United Methodist Church in Sugar Land.

The bronze limited edition "Meghan Tomorrow's Champion" statue by Bob Pack was created and signed by the artist for the Shell Houston Open Event. It is permanently mounted custom marble base. Only 150 of these were produced. It stands 13x17.

To learn more about Bob Pack, visit https://www.bobpack.com

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