The United States Golf Association Museum is home to the world's premier collection of golf artifacts and memorabilia. The greatest champions and greatest moments in American golf history come alive here through entertaining and engaging exhibits that feature numerous multi-media and interactive displays.

A visit to the Museum is certain to provide an experience that is fun and educational for everyone – even for visitors who may never have held a golf club in their hands before. Whether you are an avid golfer, a scholar of the game’s history, a casual sports fan, or simply someone interested in the history of American culture, the USGA Museum aims to provide an experience that is truly unique and memorable.

Admissions and Visitor Information

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Directions

The USGA’s beautiful campus is located in the rolling countryside of Far Hills, N.J.

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Floor Plan

15,000 square feet of the game’s greatest moments and champions.

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Admissions and Visitor Information

Museum Hours
Tuesday to Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed Monday and major holidays (New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day, Easter)

Admission
Adults – $7
USGA Members – $5
Group Rate (10 and over) – $5
Children (13-17 years) – $3.50
Children under 12 – Free

Visitors will be able to purchase a USGA Membership on-site. The reduced admission fee for USGA Members and discount in the gift shop will apply immediately.

To become a USGA Member now, please click here.

Group Tours
For groups of 10 or more individuals, the USGA Museum offers a 30 minute guided tour, Tuesdays through Fridays during normal Museum hours, by experienced staff. The group rate is $5 per person. For additional information on scheduling a tour, please contact Kim Gianetti, Manager Marketing and Outreach at 908-326-1948 or email kgianetti@usga.org.

USGA Research and Test Center

Utilizing the most sophisticated testing procedures, the work of the USGA Research and Test Center ensures that skill—not technology—is the prime factor contributing to a player’s success and enjoyment of the game. A visit to the USGA Research and Test Center provides a not-to-be-missed experience that is unique in all of golf.

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Permanent Exhibits

The USGA Museum showcases the nation’s largest and most significant collection of golf memorabilia. Multi-media, interactive exhibits tell the story of the game’s development in the United States, highlighting the greatest moments and greatest champions in the game’s history.

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The Pynes Putting Course

Experience firsthand
the way the game
used to be played.

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