The fairly recent museum renovations offer an extraordinary glimpse at the game as it has evolved in America since its earliest beginnigs here in the late 1800s. The Hall of Champions and the areas dedicated to golf's pivotal eras are extremely well-done and provide not only a visual but an interactive experince as well. Finally, one should visit the Pyne Putting Course behind the museum and experience not only the "HImalayas" nature of this 16K+ square foot course but experiment with furnished early ear putters and balls as well. A terrific family experience!
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