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Golf House Museum

USGA Headquarters, Far Hills, NJ
+1 908-234-2300
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USGA Museum - A Great Place To Visit

I am an avid golfer and always wanted to tour this museum. It was more than I expected. There... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2013
GolferWill M
Medford, New Jersey
Fantastic afternoon activity

My husband and I enjoyed our afternoon at the USGA museum. He is an avid golfer and I recently took... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2013
Jane D
Belmar, New Jersey
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Three-story Georgian mansion that houses a library and museum with paintings, memorabilia and exhibits tracing the history of golf.
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1 Jun 2016
5 Jan 2016
“Captures the World’s Absolute Sporting Passion”
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USGA Headquarters, Far Hills, NJ
+1 908-234-2300
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Reviewed 17 October 2013

I am an avid golfer and always wanted to tour this museum. It was more than I expected. There are several rooms that are well laid out with the history, photos and other memorabilia of the game of golf. The Arnold Palmer room is excellent....More

1  Thank GolferWill M
Reviewed 18 September 2013

My husband and I enjoyed our afternoon at the USGA museum. He is an avid golfer and I recently took up the game. There are rooms honoring the greats - Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, Mickey Wright and in 2015, Jack Nickalaus. My husband's...More

2  Thank Jane D
Reviewed 5 August 2013

Stately brick buildings in the hills of Far Hills NJ are the perfect setting for this neatly arraigned museum. There is lots of history shown in photos, film footage and displays of equipment and dress. There are rooms featuring Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones and Arnold...More

1  Thank RU4NJ
Reviewed 24 July 2013

We stopped by the Golf House Museum on our way to New York after we noticed an advertising sign on the Interstate. My husband is a golfer, so the kids and I went along but enjoyed it as well. The grounds of the museum are...More

1  Thank PennyJo1968
Reviewed 17 February 2013

Although I don't golf, I found this museum quite educational. Lots of history about how the first ball was invented and produced, information about the stars of golf ball and much, more. On lovely grounds.

1  Thank Arline Z
Reviewed 5 November 2012

Spent an afternoon here with the family when visitors came for a week. Dad and Sis are avid golfers, but all the rest of us enjoyed the museum as well. The guided tour of the test center was interesting. Make sure to use the replica...More

1  Thank PaceJapan
Reviewed 9 July 2012

Worth a stop over - it's off the beaten path but if you're a die-hard fan of the game it's a great view of history.

2  Thank NonaKim
Reviewed 26 June 2012

Visit was too short and didn't allow me to read the exhibits as closely as I'd like. A must feet.

1  Thank Finiky
Reviewed 1 June 2012

I want to return when I have more time. I particularly want to see the equipment testing facility. The trophies on display, the interactive videos, and the old equipment are all interesting.

1  Thank Wendy48254
Reviewed 21 November 2011

This museum is located in a beautiful house and it contains every bit of golf history you could ever want and we are not eve golfers! The history, the artifacts, the trophies....they tell the history of golf from its inception until now. If you are...More

1  Thank giftedelaine
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2 December 2015|
Response from FamReun2013 | Reviewed this property |
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