Date Added: 21 November 2016
From the Artist: "The following bottle is a recreation of previous bottle that I made a few years ago. I made it for my father and it features him breaking a driver over his knee because he only hit the ball a few feet. For some reason the seventh tee maker is painted red. If I'm not mistaken, red denotes the ladies tees. Beside him is a ball washer. Something I meant to put in the previous Teed Off bottle, but remembered only after the locking mechanism was in place. Next to my father is a blue golf bag filled with clubs. He is wearing a blue University of Kentucky sweatsuit with the UK logo on the front and Big Blue on his rear end. The locking mechanism consists of two golf tees in a Walnut central shaft. A driver head is used as the topper, with the name of the bottle TEED OFF inlaid on the face. The maker's information is written on Basswood strips glued to the central shaft: Steve Moseley, St. Louis, 2010."
|Type:||Golfing Scene in a Bottle||Maker's Name:||Moseley, Steve|
|Category:||Figures||Made Where:||St. Louis, MO|
|Bottle Size:||1.75 liter||Year Made:|
|Bottle Type:||Knob Creek|