Admission for 2, 4, 6, or 10 to USGA Golf Museum with One Round on Pynes Putting Course (Up to 60% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Premier collection of golf artifacts and memorabilia, thousands of hours of footage, and a putting course with replica antique clubs

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 1st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required for groups of 10 or more; subject to availability. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid Mondays or on major holidays. Groups of 2, 4, and 6 are self-guided museum tours only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Four Options

$12 for a self-guided museum visit and one round of golf on Pynes Putting Course for 2 (a $24 value)

$22 for a self-guided museum visit and one round of golf on Pynes Putting Course for 4 (a $48 value)

$30 for a self-guided museum visit and one round of golf on Pynes Putting Course for 6 (a $72 value)

$40 for a guided museum visit package for 10 (a $100 value)

On the Pynes Putting Course—a 16,000-square foot green inspired by the Himalayas putting course in St. Andrews, Scotland—museum goers partake in classic golf wielding replica antique balls and clubs. Visitors to the USGA Research and Test Center can witness technical research as engineers and staff ensure skill, not equipment, rule the green.

USGA Golf Museum

Like a lost civilization, the game of golf has a long, storied history full of inspiring tales and preserved treasures. So the USGA Golf Museum collects and displays the game's artifacts and materials to educate golfers of all ages and experience levels on one of the world's most popular pastimes. Throughout the grounds, visitors can see the gear wielded by golf greats such as Tiger Woods and Arnold Palmer, and gaze at trophies and medals awarded to champions throughout the years. Since opening in 1936, the museum has collected more than 42,000 artifacts, such as clubs, clothing, and equipment, more than 500,000 photographs, and thousands of hours of footage.

The USGA Research and Test Center bristles with activity, as scientists test a variety of clubs, equipment aids, and mechanics to ensure all golfers have an equal shot at winning. And behind the museum, The Pynes Putting Course gives visitors a taste of classic golfing by equipping them with replica antique clubs and leading them through nine holes made to mirror the Himalayas Putting Course of St. Andrews.

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