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The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum provides an extensive look at the game of golf through stories, artifacts, videos, art and photography of its members within 75,000 square foot exhibition space. Guests have the opportunity to enhance their visit...more
We stayed at the hotel for a convention and me and my son walked around the resort and stopped by to check out the sites of the area. If your a golf fan, this is a special place for you to see the history of...More
I think the whole floor dedicated to Bob Hope was a little much, but I did enjoy seeing clips from where he entertained the troop overseas. My appreciation in that area was for his work supporting the troops, rather than his.impact on golf.
We love golf so we really enjoyed it, but a whole floor devoted to Bob Hope? Really, our generation can barely remember him. I can’t imagine that the younger generation will even give that a cursory view and there was more time devoted to 19th...More
Great experience! I don't golf but my husband does so I was hesitant to go with him, but so glad I did. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Especially the focus on Bob Hope. Very inspiring and learning about how golf came to be was very interesting....More
Read all the positive reviews and it really is a great and underrated place - held the interest of my 8 and 13 year old throughout, in part because they have kid-friendly staff members located along the way that help explain and encourage interaction -...More
The exhibits are very interesting and you get your money's worth. We planned on a short visit, but spent several hours walking through and learning about the history of golf, viewing very interesting exhibits, and were able to do some hands on putting and trying...More
Fantastic opportunity to see an incredible World Golf Hall of Fame. Many wonderful exhibits and you can spend hours there viewing them.
Glad to see the 2017 inductees included one of my favorite golfers Davis Love III. Totally worth visiting.
An absolute gem . The world golf hall of fame is for all golfers to understand and know more about the history of this wonderful game . Explore and see many beautiful collectors items and soak in the atmosphere of many anecdotes that can only...More
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That is a good question. I figure if you are wanting to golf then you are already a golfer and would know this....If not, then you really don't need to be playing.... Putt Putt or the driving range might be good... If you... More
That is a good question. I figure if you are wanting to golf then you are already a golfer and would know this....If not, then you really don't need to be playing.... Putt Putt or the driving range might be good... If you want to look throughout the exhibit, there is more than enough room for your chair to move about, freely.