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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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The exhibits are well laid out with plenty of opportunities for hands on experiences - including a chance to hit balls to a replica of the TPC Sawgrass island green. I particularly liked the exhibits on the evolution of the game from its earliest days...More
Great walk to memory lane for Bob Hope fans and those who are too young to know who he was. The history of golf is well presented and there are lots of things to see and do, including trying to make a few famous putts,...More
The property is very impressive and everything is well laid out and presented.
At first we thought it was the Bob Hope Hall of Fame !!!
After a few minutes however it soon becomes obvious why this section is included.
Sadly the putting green was...More
Toured the entire World Golf Hall of Fame in 2 hours. A guide told about key items on both the first and second floor. I especially enjoyed exhibits of Bob Hope. The walkway around the outside pond shows written signatures of those honored.
If you want to avoid large crowds today was the day (Veterans Day) I saw maybe ten visitors. I wanted to try the golf challenge most of all.... 130 yards to the island green. As hard as I tried I was just short, oh well...More
The World Golf Hall of Fame is very nice, but not worth going to as a destination in and of itself. Stay in St. Augustine and visit the World Golf Hall of Fame which is about 15 minutes away. For whatever reason, the restaurants and...More
My husband and I stopped here for a walk through after playing golf at the King and Bear golf course. It was worth the stop. Really cool to see the exhibits and learn more about the history of the game and if its famous players....More
Stopped by the WGH of Fame to pay some respect to the great golfers who shaped the sport. It’s an excellent way to appreciate the history and try out some of ye-olde clubs. There’s also a golf simulator and a par 3 comp as part...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