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 favorite was the trophy room. There are several rooms that tell the history of golf in the US and have plenty of old equipment. Be sure to visit the putting green outside. We were given replica balls and clubs from the early 1900s and sent out to play 9 holes on a well manicured, hilly green. It is much harder than one would expect. Even non-golfers will enjoy this museum.
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