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The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum provides an extensive look at the game of golf through stories, artifacts, videos, art and photography of its members within 75,000 square foot exhibition space. Guests have the opportunity to enhance their visit...more
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We have been wanting to visit the World Golf Hall of Fame and chose a beautiful January day to drive from the Daytona Beach area to spend the day at WGHOF.
We were greeted by very friendly staff and “docents” who had lots of extra...More
After many years of passing by this area listening to my boyfriend talk about how much he wanted to visit, I finally broke down and said Yes. We visited the week before Christmas and the whole area was super quiet. We practically had the whole...More
My husband loves loves loves golf, so we made a trip to St. Augustine to see the Hall of Fame. We spent a little over 2 hours and enjoyed the history of the game, club building, women's rise to playing golf, and most of all...More
I would definitely check this out. We spent over two hours in the museum and could have stayed longer but ran out of time. Many of the hall of famers are famous golfers. But, there were also those who were important to the game and...More
If you are a casual golfer or totally addicted you need to stop at this site for a couple of hours. The exhibits are well done and offer a great immersion in to the history of the game. Some of the exhibits could stand to...More
This is an absolute must for any golf fan. So many awesome things to see and learn. Had a 8 year old with us who also had a blast. Has a couple putting greens, a putt putt course and a simulator they can enjoy.
We saw the sign on 95 on out way home from vacation, so we decided to stop in! The area is very beautiful and the staff is friendly. Unfortunately, the Hall of Fame was closed, so we could not go inside. We are looking forward...More
Response from prettyjuls23 | Reviewed this property |
That is a good question. I figure if you are wanting to golf then you are already a golfer and would know this....If not, then you really don't need to be playing.... Putt Putt or the driving range might be good... If you... More
That is a good question. I figure if you are wanting to golf then you are already a golfer and would know this....If not, then you really don't need to be playing.... Putt Putt or the driving range might be good... If you want to look throughout the exhibit, there is more than enough room for your chair to move about, freely.
Am planning a trip to Florida in late September, and will have two nights to stay in the Ponte Vedra or St. Augustine area. We plan to visit the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, do some shopping in Jacksonville, and spend a little bit of time on a beach or out by a pool. There are just two of us - adults, and will be celebrating a birthday later that week at the Ritz Carlton on Amelia Island, so we are looking for recommendations on places to stay either in Ponte Vedra or St....More
August 15, 2006|
The beach hotels in St. Augustine lack the lustre of the Ritz. Really, they do not even come close. However, the historic district is beautiful and there are many fabulous B&Bs to stay in. The Casa Monica Hotel is lovely here as well. If you are staying at the Ritz, one of the B&Bs would be a nice romantic departure. Ponte Vedra is altogether a different experience, certainly more business hotels, in my opinion, although there are very nice ones, you get more of an upscale suburban...More