This painting took two attempts. The artist, not being a golfer herself, had no idea the glove should be worn on the non-dominant hand. So in the first photoshoot her model was wearing a glove on her right hand, and a close friend let her know this was incorrent since the model is actually right-handed. The artist began painting anyway thinking, “Well, no one will know the model’s dominant hand.” Then one day half way through the painting, her husband remarked, “No, no, this is wrong; because the antique wooden driver you are using in the painting is a right-handed club. Thus, the glove would need to be switched to the model’s left hand after all.” After convincing her model to pose for a second session, the artist finally got it right.