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DESTINATION REVIEW – USGA MUSEUM Part One – THE HALL OF CHAMPIONS – a hidden gem only moments from Hunterdon that is perfect for the golf fan and students of all ages

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Hunterdon News


It’s amazing sometimes the things that are right underneath your nose and somehow still go unnoticed. Welcome to the USGA museum in far hills / liberty corner, only twenty minutes from the center of Clinton, and a gem of information and history.  This is certainly a destination point for the golf fan but is also a perfect school trip to enlighten the youngsters.

The HC NEWS took a trip to the museum on Tuesday and would like to extend thanks to Kim Gianetti for giving us access to the galleries so we could share them with you.  We are going to give you a six part feature starting with the hall of champions, and then dedicating different days to the dedicated rooms starting tomorrow with the king Arnold Palmer. Enjoy

The Hall of Champions is home to the USGA’s 13 original championship trophies. The names of every USGA champion since 1895 are inscribed on bronze panels that line the walls



 All of the trophies are displayed and many are pictured below . At the bottom of the story you can find information on hours, admissions and how to become a member of the USGA




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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)

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

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