Golf Course Photography

Published April 25, 2015 by Yassmin Elnazer

Tricia Booker Photography

2015-04-17_Arizona_Booker_0255 Sunset at We-Ko-Pa Golf Club Saguaro Course

One of the biggest challenges I face on the golf course isn’t usually the errant lies of my golf balls. Instead, I have difficulty focusing on the shots with the club versus the shots with my camera.

This dilemma was particularly evident when we traveled to Arizona last week. We played three courses in Mesa, Scottsdale and Tempe, and it was amazing how much wildlife joined us on the fairways and greens, especially as the cooler evening temperatures arrived.

I always bring a camera along when I play golf, and after spending the first day with only a 35mm prime lens (see the post Arizona Birdies), thinking I’d be more focused on my game and the landscapes, I realized my mistake. So, I brought the 70-200mm lens along for the remainder of the trip, and even though I still couldn’t get as…

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