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What a tribute to the greatest golfer ever - and a great person

I travel to Columbus several times a year and have never taken the time to stop and see this... read more

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Bryan B
Akron, Ohio
For every Jack fan

Had some time on my hands and being a golf fan, decided to stop in. Great display of memorabilia... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Ken V
Charlotte, North Carolina
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2355 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH 43210-1074
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Reviewed yesterday

I travel to Columbus several times a year and have never taken the time to stop and see this museum. At the urging of others, we planned to spend an hour or so before going on to other commitments - my wife and I spent...More

Thank Bryan B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Had some time on my hands and being a golf fan, decided to stop in. Great display of memorabilia and a little history of Jack's life. I played the Scioto Country Club, which was Jack's so it all tied together for my trip.

Thank Ken V
Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

This was a somewhat small museum concentrated mostly on Jacks life and family. They also stressed Jack life values. It started with his childhood and the values instilled by his father. There was also a segment on how golf had developed over the years. It...More

Thank dandt65
Reviewed 24 May 2018

Jack Nicklaus has accomplished more than any other golfer the fact that he grew up right down the street from here is really awesome this museums got every artifact photo trophy or you could ever want to see and learn about him

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Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

Really interesting display of memorabilia that any golfer will enjoy. There is a lot of material- so many money clips- but for a casual visit you can do in about an hour. If you are someone who reads every plaque, it could take several hours.

Thank Sheryl B
Reviewed 14 July 2017

Both my husband and son are golfers so this museum had a different attraction to them than to me. In fact, I wasn't sure I would find anything appealing. Instead, I was captivated by the story of this man and his family, by the videos...More

Thank GrandmaJet
Reviewed 13 June 2017

Jack Nicklaus was more than just the greatest golfer, he became a pop culture icon. I always associated him with a light-yellow shirt, and I found out why. The museum also showcases some interesting trophies and golf memorabilia. You'll also see an assortment of the...More

1  Thank Knot_my_reel_name
Reviewed 27 May 2017

A great museum of the numerous awards, trophies, honors, golf clubs, and memorabilia of Jack Nicklaus, the greatest golfer in history. The museum is not usually crowded which is hard to understand as Nicklaus is a legend in Columbus. The museum is attractive and tastefully...More

Thank williammZ222ZR
Reviewed 2 March 2017

I must admit, I totally geeked out looking at all the photos, memorabilia, his golf clubs from Ryder Cups, trophies. Really, a cool experience

Thank Kevin V
Reviewed 27 December 2016 via mobile

The museum gives a nice, informative look into the life of an iconic golfer. Enjoyed learning about the earlier years and getting a glimpse in to the man and his family.

Thank Crbr S
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