The newly expanded and remodeled USGA Museum is home to the world's premier collection of golf artifacts, memorabilia and literature. The original museum building was completed in 1919 and was designed by noted American architect John Russell Pope.
It is here that the greatest champions and greatest moments in American golf history come alive through entertaining and engaging exhibits as well as numerous multimedia and interactive displays.
Visitors can tour the Museum, the Research and Test Center as well as experience the game the way it used to be played on the Pynes Putting Course.
Researchers are welcome to use the USGA Museum Research Library and encouraged to schedule an appointment in advance.