“Grace & Grit: Women Champions Through the Years” features golf’s greatest female champions spanning eight decades – from the 1940s to today. The exhibition highlights the careers and achievements of 28 Hall of Fame Members and present-day Major Champions including the 2016 Rolex ANNIKA Major Award winner and current World No. 1 player Lydia Ko, Stacy Lewis, Inbee Park and Lorena Ochoa.LEARN MORE
The “Road to Rio” exhibition takes guests on a historical journey through Olympic golf, beginning in 1900 when golf was first played in the Olympics, to the 1904 Games in St. Louis – the last time golf was included in the Olympic schedule. Fast-forward to 112 years later, golf will make its highly anticipated return to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in August 2016.LEARN MORE
A new exhibition officially opened this month titled "Major Moments: Celebrating Golf’s Greatest Championships," recounting the story of the four men’s Majors through colorful accounts and priceless Hall of Fame member artifacts. It includes an interactive leader board that allows guests to put their name on top of a most impressive leader board, take a photo and share with others.LEARN MORE
This exhibition contains rare photographs, audio, video and memorabilia to highlight the long, rich history of African-Americans in golf starting with pioneers from the late 1800s through today’s game.
This special member exhibit features more than 150 pieces of memorabilia from Nancy Lopez’s electric career, including LPGA Championship trophies, her trophy from the inaugural Solheim Cup and even the legendary Ray Cook putter she used to win so many of her 48 LPGA titles.LEARN MORE