Gordon's ball can be seen climbing towards the green; it's directly above the yellow hazard stake on the left side of the pond
and near the top of the painting. See if you can find it!
Although it looks as if the tree guarding the left side of the green is going to catch the golf ball, Gordon's shot made it past the
tree and safely to the green, nestling up next to the flagstick along with Denis Watson's and Roger Maltbie's approach shots -
already on the green and sitting next the hole.
This hole underwent some changes after the 1985 World Series with a Jack Nicklaus redesign adding 3 greenside bunkers and
more undulation to the putting surface.
One of my favorite things about this painting are the cardboard box periscopes the golf fans standing in the back of the gallery
are using to see the action on the green! You don't see those anymore!
The original painting is in the private collection of Larry Levy of Akron, Ohio.