Visit the USGA Museum

The USGA Golf Museum program “Babe, Berg and Wright: The Rise of Women’s Professional Golf” scheduled for Saturday, March 18, 2017, has been canceled. Thank you.

Location

The USGA Museum is located at 77 Liberty Corner Road, Far Hills, N.J. 07931, near the intersection of Interstate 78 and Interstate 287. The Museum is a 30-minute drive from Newark Liberty International Airport and approximately one hour from New York City.

Hours of Operation

The USGA Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are closed on Mondays and major holidays (New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day, Easter, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day). We are also sometimes closed during normal business hours for special events and/or severe weather or other emergencies. Please contact the Museum ahead of time to ensure that the facility will be open during the time you plan to visit. 

To contact the USGA Museum, please call a USGA Museum Welcome Ambassador at 908-234-2300, ext. 1057, or email museum@usga.org.

Admission

Adults — $10
Seniors — $7 
USGA Members — $5
Group Rate (10 people or more) — $5
Children (13-17 years) — $3.50
Children 12 and under — Free

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 email Kim Gianetti, manager of education and outreach, at kgianetti@usga.org.

View a floor plan of the USGA Museum here.

Museum Shop

The USGA Museum Shop offers a range of items—books, souvenirs and special gifts—so that every visitor is sure to find the perfect gift for their favorite golfer. USGA Members receive the applicable member discount at the time of purchase with their member card.

The Pynes Putting Course

The Pynes Putting Course, inspired by the world-renowned Himalayas putting course in St. Andrews, Scotland, is a 16,000-square-foot green located on the lawn immediately behind the Museum. The green includes humps and swales to offer a challenging and entertaining experience, including the opportunity for visitors to putt with replica antique clubs and balls. It is named for Percy and Evelyn Pyne, who once resided on the property that is now Golf House.

As of April 1, 2016, the Pynes Course is now open for the season during normal Museum hours, weather permitting. Visitors should allow 30 minutes to play the nine-hole course. The green fee is $5.

Putters are provided by the Museum and a souvenir golf ball is included with the green fee. Appropriate footwear is required—no high heels or heavy-soled boots will be permitted.

For additional information, please contact a USGA Museum Welcome Ambassador at 908-234-2300, ext. 1057.

Additional Visitor Guidelines

  • Strollers are permitted throughout the Museum.
  • Restrooms are equipped with changing tables.
  • Photography without flash is permitted in all the galleries. Flash photography, video, and the use of tripods are not permitted in the galleries.
  • Eating, drinking, and smoking are not permitted in the galleries.
  • Mobile phones must be turned off or set to a silent alert at all times. Please refrain from using mobile phones in the galleries.
  • Please refrain from touching artifacts, artwork, and exhibition cases.

 

 

 

 

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