Golf Museum

In honor of the rich tradition of golf in Massachusetts and the individuals who have shaped the game over the past century, the Massachusetts Golf Association constructed a Golf Museum, Library and Hall of Fame on the first floor of the Massachusetts Golf House.

Visiting the museum

Beginning June 1, the Massachusetts Golf Museum will be available for tours and visits by appointment only. The Museum will re-open for normal visiting hours in the fall following the conclusion of the Dell Technologies Championship, which is hosted at TPC Boston. If you would like to inquire about a Museum visit, please contact us at 774-430-9100.

Admission is complimentary and the facility is wheelchair accessible

Massachusetts Golf Museum
300 Arnold Palmer Blvd
Norton, MA 02766
P: 774-430-9100

About the Museum

In honor of the rich tradition of golf in Massachusetts and the individuals who have shaped the game over the past century, the Massachusetts Golf Association constructed a Golf Museum, Library and Hall of Fame on the first floor of the Massachusetts Golf House.

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This facility serves as the sole forum to honor local heroes and events that have made indelible marks on the game of golf and preserve their legacy for years to come. The Golf Museum, Library and Hall of Fame takes visitors, both old and young, on a journey back in time to understand and appreciate the contributions made by such local legends as Francis Ouimet, Paul Harney, The Curtis Sisters, and Pat Bradley. Only in this setting will the rich golf heritage of Massachusetts be properly preserved for generations to come.

The Massachusetts Golf Museum opened its doors to the public on October 29, 2002. For the first time, Museum visitors are able to experience the joys and heartaches that have marked Massachusetts golf history throughout the past 100 years.

This first-of-its-kind museum in Massachusetts pays tribute to the people and moments — both past and present — that have created our state’s rich golf heritage. It features a replica of the Francis Ouimet Library, Hall of Trophies and a video tribute to the game of golf in Massachusetts.