Located on the second floor of the clubhouse, the American Golf Hall of Fame holds a collection of early golf clubs and other artifacts spanning more than three centuries. It contains examples of clubs built by such storied names as McEwan, Andersen, and Hugh Philip who was considered the premier club builder of his time. There are also clubs built by legendary "Old Tom Morris", four-time winner of the British Open, Custodian of the Link at St. Andrews, and the man who introduced the game of golf to Joseph Mickle Fox, founder of the Foxburg Golf Course, the oldest couse in continuous use in the U.S.
Facility Amenities: Free Admission
General Information: Hours: Open Daily April thru Oct.