Celebrate the Open Championship by taking home a $250 framed St. Andrews print, courtesy of  Stonehouse Golf .  Here’s how:   1.  Play golf and record your score using the FREE GolfStatus app.  (Get it on the  App Store  and  Google Play .)  2.  Each time you play there is a chance you’ll earn rewards, including entries to win the framed print. CLAIM THE ENTRIES!  CLAIM AS MANY AS YOU CAN!  3.  Keep your fingers crossed, and at the end of the month, you could be putting this beauty up in your home or office.   More about Stonehouse Golf:    Stonehouse Golf pictures are among the most highly sought-after in the industry. As much as golf is about the artistry of photography, no one captures the moment, the emotion or the imagination like Stonehouse Publishing. From spectacular panoramic imagery of the world’s most famous golf courses and distinguished holes, to golf’s most celebrated personalities, you’ll find them immortalized in a collection of images that are like no other. Images that make you a participant – not merely a spectator.

Celebrate the Open Championship by taking home a $250 framed St. Andrews print, courtesy of Stonehouse Golf.  Here’s how: 

1.  Play golf and record your score using the FREE GolfStatus app.

(Get it on the App Store and Google Play.)

2.  Each time you play there is a chance you’ll earn rewards, including entries to win the framed print. CLAIM THE ENTRIES!  CLAIM AS MANY AS YOU CAN!

3.  Keep your fingers crossed, and at the end of the month, you could be putting this beauty up in your home or office.

More about Stonehouse Golf: 

Stonehouse Golf pictures are among the most highly sought-after in the industry. As much as golf is about the artistry of photography, no one captures the moment, the emotion or the imagination like Stonehouse Publishing. From spectacular panoramic imagery of the world’s most famous golf courses and distinguished holes, to golf’s most celebrated personalities, you’ll find them immortalized in a collection of images that are like no other. Images that make you a participant – not merely a spectator.

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