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Golfmuseum Regensburg, Regensburg

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Tee off for a tour of Golfmuseum Regensburg in Regensburg, which houses a collection of golfing equipment, multimedia, and memorabilia dating as far back as 400 years. Take a private tour through the galleries with the enthusiastic museum owner and learn about the early beginnings of the sport all the way through the present day world of golf. Don't miss seeing the world's oldest golf ball and club from the year 1525. Make Golfmuseum Regensburg a centerpiece of your Regensburg vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Regensburg tourist route planner.
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  • The last place I expected find in Regensburg was a golf museum, but there it was. As it turned out we met the owners daughter, she explained that her father had been collecting golf souvenirs for year...  more »
  • Great collection of everything around Golf. You will be surprised on the historic items which are on display. Very nice, very professional, very friendly! 
  • The owner explores the history of golf the last decades about 800 years, with surprising results! In addition to his explanations, the Museum offers numerous historic golf clubs, balls, tournament schedules, old pictures, trophies, art and a bit kitsch. Interestingly the golf swing has never changed, and women play very long.
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  • Great and unique little museum, and cheap. The curator did research himself into the origins of golf, and collected many artifacts, much more than I imagined existed; the staff is very friendly and knowledgeable and will spare no effort to explain anything you might want to know. Great way to kill an hour and a half.