Larry Lambrecht has been one of golf’s most prolific and talented photographers for over 30 years. He’s shot golf courses and tournaments, as well as Super Bowls, World Series and other major sporting events, for virtually ever major publication. He’s also published a number of books and club histories along with his course photography, including, in 2004, “Emerald Gems”, a lusciously photographed book dedicated to the links courses of Ireland.
Lambrecht joined Derek on the podcast to discuss what initially drew him to photography, shooting courses like Augusta National, being in the NFL Hall of Fame, transitioning from film development to computer editing, how the iPhone revolutionized the field of photography, how cart paths ruin photography, the natural photographic composition of Tom Fazio holes, the unique light of Ireland, meeting Eddie Hackett and his most harrowing visits abroad.
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Photos: Ballybunion by Larry Lambrecht (above); Cape Wickham by Larry Lambrecht (title page).