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This museum is a must for anyone interested in history or golf, or better yet, both. The exhibits are well done, although slightly dated. A great number of interesting artifacts as well as stories about historic golf personalities. Whether or not you agree with the...More
Fantastic golf museum that traces the sport from the 16th Century when sticks were used for golf clubs and walnuts were used as balls.
The museum includes a robotic test center for golf clubs that are being manufactured today. There is also a charming gift...More
We had just exited the Holland Tunnel when my wife turn towards me and said, “We have to stop in Far Hills, NJ for a few minutes. I believe there is something, we’ve overlooked during our vacation.” Well. unknown to me was the USGA Museum...More
My husband and I visited the museum at the front-end of a NYC vacation. The area in New Jersey is beautiful and it was a nice contrast to the concrete jungle where we spent the next 5 days. We arrived just as the museum was...More
This was actually pretty interesting. We were in the area, & the golf enthusiast wanted to check it out. He found it to be well worth the trip, even in the ice storm. And even though golf isn't my thing, it did hold my interest....More
A diamond in the rough........(get it?) But really, once you find this place, you are delighted to be here. The Museum is done very well with exhibits, videos and lots of information that will allow you to impress your buddies as you chase the little...More
Me and my wife went here while in the area as she was a great sport throughout the entire experience. The property is impressive and you wouldn't believe the amount of workers that filled the parking lots. We first were greeted by the woman at...More
Excellent exhibits and videos on the great players, events, and history of the game. We learned so much. As with many places there wasn't time to see everything. We would like to visit again and next time we'll participate in the Pynes Putting Course where...More
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There are five public and a number of private courses in Somerset county. If you google Somerset county public golf courses there is a site showing the courses and fees. The courses in Bridgewater and Warren are probably the... More
There are five public and a number of private courses in Somerset county. If you google Somerset county public golf courses there is a site showing the courses and fees. The courses in Bridgewater and Warren are probably the closest to the golf museum. I don't know if any of the private courses allow non members to play.