Are you ready to step up to the tee and take the Hall of Fame Challenge?
The Class of 2012 – Peter Alliss, Dan Jenkins, Sandy Lyle, Phil Mickelson and Hollis Stacy – was so popular that a new gallery was created to keep their items on display.
This completely new gallery puts the spotlight on golf’s team competitions: Presidents Cup, Ryder Cup and Solheim Cup
Want to play the Old Course at St. Andrews? Firestone Country Club? The Plantation Course at Kapalua?
The Hall of Fame’s Member Locker Room has been expanded and renovated to include a new entrance, 22 new lockers, and the addition of a more clubhouse-type feel that includes leather couches, a new sound system and a 70-inch television.
Members who aren’t in the current class are still celebrated in the Hall of Fame, and their accomplishments can still be seen in the Recent Inductee Exhibits.
The 18-hole, natural-grass putting course is one of the Hall of Fame's two outdoor exhibits that let you put your skill to the test at the home of golf's greatest players.
Learn about more than five centuries of golf lore, from its formative years in Scotland to its global expansion, by exploring the early stick-and-ball forerunners that preceded the modern-day game.
The Hall of Fame’s Founding Partner created one of golf’s most beloved television shows with Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf.
One of the World Golf Hall of Fame's most recognizable features is its tower, which holds a collection of the game's most storied treasures.
The center of the Museum is Shell Hall, where members of the World Golf Hall of Fame are honored on an 88-foot-long Wall of Fame.