Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum |
Located at Glen Abbey in Oakville, Ontario, the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame celebrates the outstanding individuals of Canadian golf from players, both amateur and professional, to the builders, architects and others who have been fundamental to the evolution of the game in this country. Operated by Golf Canada, the Hall of Fame, museum and library are open to visitors to discover more about the game and the inductees.
Golf Canada is the National Sports Organization and governing body for golf in Canada representing close to 310,000 golfers at more than 1,400 member clubs across the country. Golf Canada's mission is to grow participation, excellence and passion in the sport while upholding the integrity and traditions of the game.
Originally created by Ralph Livingston and now operated by Chris McIntyre, this web site discusses the restoration and care of hickory golf clubs. The site is dedicated to encouraging the enjoyment of playing the great game of golf with authentic hickory golf clubs.
The Society of Hickory Golfers|
The Society of Hickory Golfers' web site offers details of upcoming tournaments worldwide, their results, equipment standards, tournament operations, and a free handicap service.
SoHG Free Handicap Service|
The Society of Hickory Golfers provides a free hickory handicapping service. Register and enter your scores to calculate your own personal hickory handicap.
The Golf Collectors' Society|
The Golf Collectors Society is an international organization dedicated to preserving the treasures and traditions of the game of golf. Founded in 1970 by Robert Kuntz and Joseph S.F. Murdoch, the organization today has more than 1,400 members from 15 different countries. The philosophy of the Society was and has always remained a not-for-profit fraternal organization that encourages members to visit, share information, and to establish friendships based on a common interest, the love of golf.
USGA Museum and Library|
The United States Golf Association Museum and Library in Far Hills, New Jersey is dedicated to celebrating and preserving the true spirit of the game as embodied in the history of the USGA and, more broadly, the history of the game in the United States. By collecting content and developing programming, the Museum reinforces the relevance of the game and highlights the important role of the USGA in golf history.
The World Golf Hall of Fame|
The mission of the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Florida is to preserve and honor the history of the game of golf and the legacies of those who have made it great.
British Golf Museum|
The British Golf Museum is located in St. Andrews, Scotland, just yards from the world famous Old Course. Over 500 years of golfing history is displayed in this unique location.
Kingarrock Hickory Golf Course|
A short drive from St. Andrews, the National Trust for Scotland's Kingarrock Hickory Golf Course is the only exclusively hickory course in Scotland. Hickory shafted clubs and softer, rubber-wound balls are available for visitors to use, to play on a 9 hole course in a serene setting, making the most of fine Scottish views and a rich natural environment.