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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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Our family of 12 ranging in ages from 82 to 10 all enjoyed our visit to the World Golf Hall of Fame. For many of us it was not our first visit and we still learned something new and enjoyed the exhibits. Hitting golf shots...More
This was our third visit to the World Golf Hall of Fame. I liked the other two times better, but maybe that's just because the novelty had worn off by trip #3. They have interactive exhibits that are fun (putting, drive simulator, etc), and it...More
Golfers will love it. However. I don't play golf and enjoyed the visit. Loved the history of golf section. My husband had several opportunities to putt and hit balls, inside and out. Volunteers were very personable and added to the visit.
World Golf hall of Fame is the Epitamy of Florida which of coarse has many many world class courses, I guess this venue is a must for the keen golfer. I don't play golf but my best buddy is a member of several Daytona area...More
Sunday it’s open 12-6. It only takes a couple of hours to visit. Beautiful surrounding. We had are 2 Grandsons, ages 5 and 11 months. The youngest didn’t really care but the 5 year old loved looking at all the trophies. The staff was very...More
If you like all aspects of the game be sure to allow a couple of hours to go through. I was most interested in the evolution of golf clubs from their early beginnings. Be sure to have lunch while you are visiting, ground tramsportation is...More
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
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 experience...More