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Opal K.
Report | 5 days ago
Allow 3 to 4 hours to do it all.
Dawn H.
Report | 16 days ago
Great activity for golfers.
Report | a month ago
Plan a full day. There are lots of things to do, both interactive and just looking. We watched a video in IMAX about the universe. There going to be other movies to watch later in the day, both documentaries and full length movies. Then we played 18-holes of mini-golf on a grass course. Next we got to take a free shot at hitting a replica of the infamous "island hole". It was at 145-yards. I chose to buy 5 more tries and put 4 of the six balls on the green. Then took the walking tour through the museum. All in all a terrific experience.

From Our Editors

From its five-story, 80-foot-wide IMAX screen to its immersive displays of golf artifacts, the World Golf Hall of Fame doesn't do anything on a small scale. A not-for-profit initiative of the World Golf Foundation, the facility pays homage to golf's most prolific players, while encouraging guests to become active participants in the game.

  • Size: Historic artifacts and interactive exhibits bring more than five centuries of golf lore to life
  • Permanent Exhibitions: Stroll through exhibits on past inductees to learn about some of the greatest to ever play the game, including the new exhibit Honoring the Legacy: A Tribute to African Americans in Golf
  • Crown Jewel: A life-size replica of the original Swilcan Bridge at the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland
  • Eye Catcher: The view of the entire World Golf Village from the 190-foot Trophy Tower; also the collection of trophies, including the Ryder Cup
  • Hands-On Activity: An 18-hole, natural-grass putting green and a 132-yard island green challenge hole, at which guests can take swings and compete in a monthly closest-to-the-pin contest. A round on the course is included in admission.
  • Don't Miss: A chance to swing replica clubs from the 1800s in the Royal and Ancient Game exhibit
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