About: Michael G. Miller


 Golf architects Gil Hanse and Ben Crenshaw have acquired his paintings. According to Hanse:

“The game of golf has been blessed with many talented artists focusing on the beautiful grounds upon which the game is played. In this era the work of Mike Miller is head and shoulders above the other artists focusing on golf. His paintings clearly evoke the feelings of the work of Harry Rountree, capturing tones and moods that pervade golf courses. As opposed to the mainly illustrative work of his contemporaries, Mike is able to put on canvas the subtle shades and nuances that add to the texture and feel of a real golf course. His focus on historic paintings has also resurrected many discussions about the true look and character of a golf course. I love old golf courses and new courses that feel old, Mike paints in a style that is able to capture that feeling perfectly.”


  • 1998 to present-Self-employed artist
  • 2001 - “One-Man” show at the United States Golf Association Museum, Far Hills, NJ.
  • 2000 - “One-Man” show at the World Golf Hall of Fame Museum, St. Augustine, Florida
  • 1993-1998 – Head Golf Professional and Director of Golf at the Riviera Country Club, Pacific Palisades, CA.
  • 1981- 1993 Head Gold Professional and Director of Golf at Mountain Gate Country Club, Los Angeles CA
  • 1986 to present – Mentored by Gene Mako of Gene Mako Galleries. Los Angeles, CA.
  • 1986 – Brentwood Art School, Los Angeles, CA – Art
  • 1985 – UCLA Extension. Los Angeles, CA – Art
  • 1964- 1969 San Fernando Valley State College
  • (California State College Northridge)
  • Graduated BA History

Original Paintings Available in this Gallery