For twenty years The British Golf Museum has entertained and

 Informed  thousands of visitors. Stunning displays and interactives add

 to the enjoyment  at this 5 star museum. Containing the largest

 collection of golf memorabilia  in Europe, it is a must see attraction


The United States Golf Association Museum is home to the world's

 Premier  collection of golf artifacts and memorabilia. The greatest

 champions and  greatest moments in American golf history come

 alive here through  entertaining and engaging exhibits that feature

 numerous multi-media and  interactive displays


The World Golf Hall of Fame is located at World Golf Village near St.

 Augustine, Florida, in the United States, and it is unusual among sports

 Halls  of fame in that a single site serves both men and women. The

 Hall of Fame  Museum features a permanent exhibition and a rolling

 program of  temporary exhibitions. The Hall of Fame and exhibition

 area contains  exhibits on the game's history, heritage, and

 techniques; major players and  organizations; golf course design,

 equipment, and dress; and new directions,  such as ecological

 concerns in course management.

Canadian Golf Hall of Fame & Museum

The Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum is a museum and hall

 of fame  covering the history of the game of golf in Canada, and

 celebrating the careers and accomplishments of the most significant

 contributors to the game  in that country. Operated by Golf Canada

 (governed by the Royal Canadian  Golf Association), the governing

 body of golf in Canada, it is located on the  grounds of Glen Abbey

 Golf Course in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, and is composed of an

 exhibit space (designed around 18 display spaces or 'holes'), a golf-

related research library, and archives (containing both historical

 Materials  and the corporate records of the RCGA).



The British Columbia Golf Museum and Hall of Fame is located at the

 17th tee  of the University Golf Club in Vancouver, one of the most

 beautiful cities in  the world.


The Jack Nicklaus Museum, located in the heart of The Ohio State

 University  sports complex in Jack's hometown of Columbus, Ohio, is a

 24,000 square -foot educational and historical facility. Here, you will

 encounter the history  of golf and its greatest practitioner…take an

 immersive journey through  Jack's brilliant career including trophies,

 photographs and various mementos  from his unparalleled 20 major

 championships and 100 worldwide  professional victories…and

 discover the many facets of this remarkable man  who added so

 much to the history of golf.

Your visit will bring to life the story of a man who transcended the

 Game.  Jack Nicklaus' total commitment and mental toughness

 define greatness not only in golf and in sport, but also in life.


Two of the premier miniature golfers in the UK have joined forces to

 create The Crazy Golf Museum. Tim 'Ace Man' Davies and Richard

 'Squire' Gottfried run the most visited websites and blogs on the

 subject of mini golf and crazy  golf. The natural progression of this is to

 bring together all the information  gathered over the years to create

 the World's First Virtual Crazy Golf  Museum


“This site is dedicated to the Masters. My name is Dustin Raymond and I

 have attended the Masters since 1991 usually with my daughter Reese

 Raymond . Over those years I have collected a lot of signed Masters

 flags and various other items.

This site is for your reference and I hope you enjoy it.

On this site I will show you examples of Single Signed Masters Champions

 Flags, Multi-Signed Masters Champions Flags, Unsigned Flags,

 Tournament Used Scorecards, and Authentic Autographs of Masters



“The Golf Auction specializes in a wide variety of exclusive golf

 Memorabilia  and collectibles including: Masters badges, flags,

 and autographs; vintage  hickory clubs; vintage golf balls; golf

 books; Scotty Cameron putters and  putter covers; Tiger Woods golf

 memorabilia; vintage golf cards; player  direct memorabilia from

 current and former PGA stars; autographed golf memorabilia; and

 much more. The vintage golf memorabilia market is just starting to

 mature and a high-end golf auction house is needed to help

 develop the golf memorabilia market place. “


“Old Sports Auctions Ltd is the Company which has evolved as the

 primary internet auction site for handling the sale and purchase of

 sporting memorabilia especially golf memorabilia. The success of

 internet trading has created the demand for a high quality,

 knowledgeable supplier to satisfy the needs of the discerning

  collector, and the Company created by Graham  Rowley is

 perfectly designed to satisfy that need.

Graham Rowley is a member of the Golf Collectors Society in both

 Britain and America, and is a regular attendee at meetings and fairs

 designed to promote the collecting of sporting artefacts and

 literature. So successful has this been that he is now acknowledged

 as one of the few who has expertise extending to virtually all areas

 of golf collecting, a skill that has extended into the general sports

 arena. His reputation for helping and encouraging new collectors is

 well founded, matching the desires of new devotees with advice

 on how to acquire the best from their individual collections, at the

 most advantageous cost, and without wasting time on futile

expeditions with little reward.”


“Green Jacket Auctions was formed in early 2006 by prominent golf

collectors Ryan Carey and Bob Zafian because of the difficulty in

 buying and selling quality, rare golf memorabilia in the United

 States. At a time when auction houses were routinely setting record

 prices for sports memorabilia, golf memorabilia had been left to the

 wayside. For the golf collector, this meant scouring baseball-heavy

 auction catalogs in the hope of finding a handful of golf items up

 for auction. The added fact that these golf lots often contained

 inaccurate or misleading information led to much frustration to golf

 collectors. After its first auction in the summer of 2006, Green Jacket

 Auctions quickly became the place to find authentic golf antiques

 and golf memorabilia. It's now a few years later, and Green Jacket

 Auctions has never looked back.

The reputation of Green Jacket Auctions and its two principals, Ryan

 Carey and Bob Zafian, has enabled the company to do business

 with a "who's who" of golfing elite.  Green Jacket Auctions has

 bought, sold and appraised golf memorabilia for PGA Tour stars,

 Major Championship winners, golf museums, famous golf clubs, and

 celebrities. Its auctions have been discussed on THE GOLF CHANNEL

 and on Sirius XM Radio's THE PGA TOUR CHANNEL, and have been

 mentioned in periodicals such as Sports Collectors Digest and Golf

 International Magazine.

This reputation, and resulting exposure, has enabled Green Jacket

 Auctions to sell golf memorabilia to collectors all across the globe -

 13 different countries at last count. Due to increased demand from

 collectors, Green Jacket Auctions officially launched its

 Authentication services in 2008 and golf collection Appraisal

 services in 2009. After initially authenticating and appraising

 primarily golf autographs, Green Jacket Auctions has more recently

 been enlisted to assist with large collections of both individuals and


The guys behind Green Jacket Auctions  Ryan Carey - A practicing

 attorney by trade, Ryan has always had a true passion for all things

 golf. A few years ago, when searching the globe for rare golf

 memorabilia, it became abundantly clear that more needed to be

 done for the golf memorabilia industry. After brainstorming with

 another widelyregarded expert in golf memorabilia, Bob Zafian,

 Green Jacket Auctions was born.

Ryan was a contributing author of the 2006 GilChrist's Guide to Golf

 Collectibles. His expertise and knowledge of areas such as Masters

 history and memorabilia has been extensively quoted by

newspapers, magazines and sports websites; his personal favorite

 being his substantial involvement in the cover story on Masters

 Green Jackets in Golf International Magazine's 2008 Masters Preview

 Issue. Ryan's golf memorabilia expertise spans an array of

 categories, including Masters Tournament memorabilia, golf flags

 antique golf clubs and balls.

Bob Zafian - A true pioneer in the golf memorabilia industry, Bob’s

 collecting interests actually started with baseball. In 1978, Bob went

 to work for Roy White, then outfielder for the New York Yankees. This

 provided him with invaluable opportunities to meet many great

 athletes, including Thurman Munson, Reggie Jackson and others.

 Over the next couple decades, Bob’s collecting interest grew, and

 he sought-out and obtained thousands of autographs at sporting

 events, rock concerts, charity functions and, most notably, golf

 Tournaments. It was during this time that Bob became widely-known

 throughout collecting circles; if you wanted an autograph that was

hard to find, and wanted to be sure that it was authentic, Bob was

 the first call to make. This fact was never more apparent than when

 he was enlisted to help sell one of the most famous pieces of Rock

 and Roll memorabilia in existence – “The John Lennon Album”. The

 John Lennon Album was the album that the Beatles  legend

 autographed for would-be killer Mark David Chapman earlier on the

 same evening of that historic murder.

The album fetched a whopping $460,000 – a record price that has

 never been topped and likely never will. During the last 20 years,

 Bob’s personal and professional focus has been on golf autographs

 and golf memorabilia.

 He has personally amassed one of the most impressive golf

 autograph collections around. Impressed with this extensive

knowledge of golf autographs, leading authenticator PSA/DNA

 asked Bob to come on board in 2007 as a consultant/authenticator

 strictly handling golf autographs. He remains in that capacity as golf

 autograph authenticator today.”