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United States Golf Association Museum

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Great for fans of the sport

Great museum for golf fans that covers the history and growth of golf. Lots of golf memorabilia... read more

Reviewed 5 February 2017
P F B
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Edison, New Jersey
It's the USGA! = Great for Golfers an lovers of the game, but if neither of those seem like you, then skip

When I lived in Far Hills this was only about 5 minutes from my home. I used to date one of the top... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2016
Tara G
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Ringoes, New Jersey
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5 Feb 2017
“Great for fans of the sport”
13 Aug 2016
“It's the USGA! = Great for Golfers an lovers of the game, but if neither of those seem like you, then skip”
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Reviewed 5 February 2017

Great museum for golf fans that covers the history and growth of golf. Lots of golf memorabilia. Specific displays of Arnold Palmer, Bobby Jones, and Byron Nelson. A separate room covering Jack Nicklaus, his career, and memorabilia of each of his US Open wins. There...More

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Reviewed 13 August 2016

When I lived in Far Hills this was only about 5 minutes from my home. I used to date one of the top amateur golfers in NJ....so when the NJ weather got to be too cold to play outside, this seemed like a fitting thing...More

Thank Tara G
Reviewed 22 April 2016

Really nice facility. Like an nice old clubhouse. Excellent exhibits. They also take you over to the technical building for a look around the lab. Easy going techs will tell you how they test clubs and balls. You can also test your putting stroke with...More

Thank Robert M
Reviewed 27 July 2015

We found the museum by accident turning around off the highway. The museum is first class, the displays are incredible, and the staff friendly. My husband is a golfer so I knew he would love it, but he was surprised at how much I loved...More

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Reviewed 3 July 2015

This is a must stop for golfers of all persuasions. The staff is friendly and knowledgable and the displays are fascinating!

Thank RMDMarshall
Reviewed 24 April 2015

There is not much to the museum. Not worth the trip. However, if you can gain access to the research room, that is worth the trip along with the Research Lab (a must take tour). No gift shop to speak of. All online

Thank Alan C
Reviewed 29 October 2014

My wife and I visited the museum, I am a golfer and though we have a home on a golf course my wife doesn't watch, play or have any knowledge of golf. She really enjoyed the museum. The collection is extensive with historical peices and...More

Thank horsedadMorrisCounty
Reviewed 1 September 2014

The museum is quite small but covers the highlights of golf history. Basically, we learned that golf originated in Scotland and became big in the US around WW I. The key golf legends are Ben Hogan, Bob Jones, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicholas, and of course...More

1  Thank movieglue
Reviewed 15 May 2014

A beautiful, highly organized museum from the early days to today. In process of building a Jack Nicklaus Room to open March, 2015. My wife and a friend, neither play golf, enjoyed the museum as much as I did. Beautifully arranged and easy to view...More

Thank ezboss
Reviewed 26 March 2014

I was surprised at how small the actual museum was. Not much there. Just a bunch of trophies. Also, really no gift shop on site. All on their website. The research area is fabulous. You need to be admitted which I was and actually did...More

Thank Alan C
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