Golf is rich in its history and its appreciation of the great traditions that frame the context of the game. In Golf the past has certainly served as prelude for today’s game. Take a memorable tour of golf’s great history, dating all the way back to the 1600s.
And it won’t cost you a cent.
The PGA Museum of Golf, located next to the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance in Port St. Lucie, Fla., is the key that unlocks the great history of the sport of golf.
The PGA Museum of Golf offers you the one of a kind opportunity to view the actual Ryder Cup when in the possession of the US Team.
The growth of golf in the United States, as driven by The PGA of America, is ready for you to view. The PGA’s founders, traditions, championships and award winners are presented as never before throughout the 8,300-square-foot facility.
The PGA Museum of Golf is a dynamic resource center for golf historians as well as beginners, and serves as a highly functional conference facility. The PGA Museum of Golf is the home of the Probst Library, which contains more than 6,000 hard-cover books, and more than 3,000 handbooks and yearbooks.
Admission to the PGA Historical Center is complimentary.
Hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday – Sunday
The PGA Museum of Golf is located adjacent to the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance at 8565 Commerce Center Dr., Port St. Lucie, Fla. Combined with the nearby PGA Golf Club, the facilities form PGA Village, which is ranked among the “75 Best Golf Resorts in North America” by Golf Digest.