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World Golf Hall of Fame, Saint Augustine

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.4/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
World Golf Hall of Fame celebrates the game of golf and its greatest players. The game's history, from its beginnings in Scotland to its importance in present day U.S. sports, is told through artifacts. Techniques, course design, and ecological issues are showcased in a permanent exhibit that tracks the ever-evolving game. The Hall of Fame selects members by casting an international ballot. Members are also recognized for life achievement and contribution to the sport. With our international travel planner, Saint Augustine attractions like World Golf Hall of Fame can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • The HoF is educational and a must for any golfer; the Ima shows great movies both features and travelogue. Try hitting #17 at Sawgrass! 
  • The World Golf Hall of Fame is a very nice and clean attraction. There is a Caddy Shack themed restaurant that is good, but a bit over-priced, don't get me wrong it is not expensive. The Hall of Fame ...  read more »
  • If you go to the World Golf Hall to see a huge complex as shown in some guides, you will be disappointed like me, because the majority of the stores are closed, because it does not work. The huge parking lots are empty. The only attractive and admittedly not the least is to play on the course of the complex. But for notation on this World golf Hall, it may be that the negative, so mediocre mediocre is a maximum.
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  • We spent a few hours touring the World Golf Hall of Fame and really enjoyed our experience. My husband and I are both golfers and appreciated the history and the exhibits. We found the staff to be very informative and engaged. The lady at the ticket booth spent time explaining all the amenities associated with the tickets we purchased and she encouraged us to take as many pictures as we wanted. I appreciated that and when we left we had lots of pictures to share with friends. It is worth your time, especially if you enjoy learning!
  • This is worth a trip to see, even if you don't golf. The first floor hall is dedicated to Bob Hope, and is filled with history, not just about golf. The second floor is the hall of fame. One thing about golf, unlike other professional sports, the players are top-shelf quality personalities. Do, go see it. And take your clubs and play one the adjoining courses.
  • The World of Golf Hall of Fame is visually a great historical tribute to golfers of old who made their footprint in the golfing community. However, the staff at every possible station was horrendous. The most bored, detached, impersonal group of employees I have ever come across. Not one person smiled. Not one person greeted us. Not one person cared that they were representing the museum and played a role in the success of our experience. I would fire all of them. The concierge where you enter, the gift shop attendant, the champion hole attendant, the snack bar attendant, and the putt putt attendant. Worse group of people to have on staff for such an iconic establishment.
  • Lots to so, some of staff were just okay as far as friendliness goes accept for young lady at entrench to half of fame was excellent best employee there.
  • Just had a Grand Marshal Dinner here for Riding Into History. The staff were attentive. The atmosphere was great. While I'm not heavily into golf, I did enjoy the displays and exhibits.
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